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The use of any digital media leaves area of vulnerability beyond that of paper charts and face to face visits. All digital media transmitted across any network can be intercepted and used by non authorized people. Does this threat of stolen data make tele medicine negatives outweigh the positives?
Weegy: Yes, the threat of stolen data does make tele medicine negatives outweigh the positives because no one wants their data stolen by unauthorized persons, or to be used in any other way other than what they see fit for themselves. (More)
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Lets bring the two concepts of emergency preparedness and tele-medicine together. Can you see a way that tele-medicine would be useful in a disaster situation. Use September 11 as a disaster scenario to evaluate the two with.
Weegy: Definitely yes, telemedicine is useful in disaster situation. [ It is because it brings down the barrier like distance in giving immediate care to a patient by instructing them what to do and must do.Emergency preparedness is something that the person knows in case of emergency like the September 2011, a person can act immediately using his knowledge to give first aid to himself or other while telemedicine is communicating with a healthcare provider to ask for help or instruction on what to do in that particular event. I believe that telemedicine is use in more complicated events that a person has no knowledge on what to do in that event or an event that he has knowledge and use the learned emergency preparedness but the event becomes more complicated that only a healthcare provider can help him, so he will use the telemedicine approach. ] (More)
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In what way can emergency preparedness be useful in a disaster situation?
Weegy: Note: List for Emergency Preparedness. Disaster can ... to come your way ... car full of emergency supplies and keep the tank at least half full. [ In a disaster situation, gas can ... (More)
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What would your suggestion to these patients so they can gain the health communication they need if tele medicine is not a option you would use? (Remember the best way to determine level of care is to ask your self; "Would I want this care for my love ones?")
Weegy: This month's exchange of ideas regarding U.S. healthcare reform ranged far and wide. Some of us were interested primarily in the issue of cost escalation and how to contain it. Others addressed issues of quality. [ For still others, it was a matter of inequality of treatment. If this is a microcosm of current concerns and suggested solutions, does it bode well for the formation of a consensus, political or otherwise, leading to progress? But a number of respondents raised the question of whether the most feasible solution may lie primarily in the free market, with perhaps some help from government. Suggestions of causes of the current challenge of rapidly rising costs in relation to quality of outcomes, at least by the imperfect measure of life expectancy, included waste in the system (Julie Maire, Edward Hare, and Jack Flanagan) as well as fraud (Kate McClelland), risk avoidance on the part of physicians, a litigious society, and inadequate protection from it for physicians (Rowland Freeman), "defensive" medicine leading to unnecessary tests and treatments, an insurance system that is costly and inadequate for those who really need it (Amar Sahay and David Albert Newman), the high cost of new technology, artificial restrictions on the supply of drugs (Sergey Mirkiin) and healthcare providers (David Stahl and Michael Robbins), the size and complexity of the problem itself (James Sullivan), government involvement (Paul Jackson), and uninformed or unnecessarily needy consumers (Hakan Hillerstrom). ] (More)
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