Remote Queensland patients happy with telemedicine


Two-thirds of rheumatology patients living in remote Queensland say they do not prefer a face-to-face local consultation over a telemedicine consult, a survey shows. The findings highlight not only the feasibility but also the acceptability of running telemedicine consults in northern Queensland, the authors led by registrar and rheumatology trainee Katherine Poulsen from Townsville hospital say. ...


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