Monthly Management Newsletter - October 2004

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Since telephones first became household fixtures, people have been calling their friends and family for advice. Today, more sophisticated forms of technology-facilitated services in the field are emerging with names like telehealth, telemedicine, and telepsychiatry. Some of the earliest projects used telephones to substitute for some office calls for management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, or to monitor the health of homebound individuals. Telemedicine, in general, and telepsychiatry, in particular, have been springing up more and more . . .
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