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Cyber(r)evolution of the healthcare system: a televisit during the epidemic crisis

Marek Krzystanek

  1. Department and Clinic of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Data publikacji online: 2021/09/08
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The healthcare system in many countries has been paralyzed due to the coronavirus epidemic. Restrictions on the availability of a specialist doctor and general practitioner may significantly endanger the patient’s health, exposing him to the inability to obtain medical consultation and prescribe medication. During this time of epidemic crisis, telemedicine can save the outpatient healthcare system. Telemedicine involves the use of modern digital technology to remotely provide medical services in the virtual Internet space, using internet platforms and through applications installed on desktops/laptops, tablets and smartphones, or directly from web browsers on websites. Cybermedicine is a more modern term for telemedicine. Cybermedicine is becoming distinct from telemedicine, which also included giving advice over the phone. Cyberpsychiatry is therefore the name of second-generation telemedicine – digital age telemedicine [1].
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