Cybermedicine


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A type of distance medicine using computers and the Internet to facilitate patient-doctor interaction
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Organizational Obstacles Facing Telemedicine and Cybermedicine Programs,
My Computer, My Doctor: A Constitutional Call for Federal Regulation of Cybermedicine," American Journal of Law and Medicine, Boston.
Greg Gulick, E-Health and the Future of Medicine: The Economic, Legal, Regulatory, Cultural, and Organizational Obstacles Facing Telemedicine and Cybermedicine Programs, 12 ALB.
Dale Alverson, Medical Director at the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research, University of New Mexico, echoed that commitment and spoke about the challenges we are facing due to shortages of primary care providers, aging population and the need for more care as well as access to care issues in rural and global areas.
5 million grant to the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research at the University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Center to design, build, operate and evaluate the Southwest Telehealth Access Grid--a broadband network meant to serve rural areas lacking the technology.
Three invited talks discuss cyberworld modeling (integrating cyberworlds, the real world and conceptual worlds), cybermedicine (what is possible and is it useful?
Terry, Cyber-Mal-practice: Legal Exposure for Cybermedicine, 25Am.
Much like telemedicine, this service, known as cybermedicine, has been more popular among international customers unhindered by local licensing restrictions.
Dale Alverson, Director of the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research, The University of New Mexico
Shopping around the Internet today and tomorrow: towards the millennium of cybermedicine.
Modern Theories of Medical Malpractice as Applied to Cybermedicine, 7 RICH.