telecare

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telecare

The use of computers and other telecommunication technologies to monitor patient activity and clinical findings at a distance, consult with patients and clinical colleagues and deliver health and social care to people in their own homes.

telecare

(tel′ĕ-kar″) [ tele- + care]
The use of communications technologies, together with home measurement and monitoring devices, to evaluate specific health parameters of outpatients and provide them with advice or feedback about their condition. Providers of telecare are known as telecaregivers.
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