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A type of distance medicine using computers and the Internet to facilitate patient-doctor interaction
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IT is also a key enabler of both cybermedicine (the application of the Internet and networking technologies to medicine and public health), and telehealth (the remote delivery of health-related services via telecommunications technologies).
Moreover, the emergence of 'cybermedicine' further erodes the relevance of state borders, raising questions about the unauthorized practice of medicine by physicians not licensed in a particular state and the possibility of overlapping state jurisdiction." (footnotes omitted)).
Three invited talks discuss cyberworld modeling (integrating cyberworlds, the real world and conceptual worlds), cybermedicine (what is possible and is it useful?), and mixing reality and human centered media.
Cybermedicine: How Computing Empowers Doctors and Patients for Better Health Care.
Terry, Cyber-Mal-practice: Legal Exposure for Cybermedicine, 25Am.
Shopping around the Internet today and tomorrow: towards the millennium of cybermedicine. British Medical Journal 319(7220): 1294.
Modern Theories of Medical Malpractice as Applied to Cybermedicine, 7 RICH.
Bailey, Cybermedicine: What You Need to Know, 23 HEALTH LAWYER 13 (2011).
Lewis, Note, My Computer, My Doctor." A Constitutional Call for Federal Regulation of Cybermedicine, 32 AM.