ROLE OF TELEHEALTH IN EXTENDING COMPREHENSIVE CARE 1



RUNNING HEAD: ROLE OF TELEHEALTH IN EXTENDING COMPREHENSIVE CARE 1

ROLE OF TELEHEALTH IN EXTENDING COMPREHENSIVE CARE 3

Role of telehealth in extending comprehensive care

Student name: Asisat King

Professor: Alexandre Forges

Course: Developmental Writing

Date: January 31st, 2022

Quest and demand for healthcare have continued to increase in a great way. An increase in the internet of things has given way for telehealth’s increased use. This system was developed to limit geographical barriers and ensure that comprehensive is delivered to all. Over the period, it has taken shape and stability, and the recent take was the higher rates of use during the pandemic. 2019 was when the use of technology-based was highly regarded and appreciated as a tool of service delivery. Corporate organizations and government institutions have taken this initiative to emphasize patient satisfaction providing efficient and quality care to all. In a nutshell, it has minimized costs through various implementations that have taken place. Healthcare centers, nurses, medical staff, and involved parties have adopted this technology-based aspect as a service delivery tool.

Consequently, this has stimulated wireless healthcare applications and websites that can be accessed using personal computers and mobile phones. It has also been adopted by corporates that offer healthcare to the population. The basic principle that has effectively carried out this type of healthcare is the quality assurance model. There is a need to examine the provisioning role of internet-based healthcare in the modern context. On the same note, policy development should be a priority since it’s a regulation-based model to ensure service delivery to all. Conclusively, comprehensive service delivery infrastructure and advanced physical examination should be considered in extension areas.

References

Baker-Whitcomb, A., & Harvey, J. (2021). Benefits and barriers to Telehealth Credentialing by proxy. Telemedicine and e-Health, 24(11), 922-926. https://doi.org/10.1089/tmj.2017.0129

Nurse. (2021). Telehealth benefits and barriers. PubMed Central (PMC). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7577680/


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