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SteveZStein

Surprised he didn't mention legal issues with tele-diagnosis. I would expect there would be more litigiousness on the part of unsatisfied patients who don't have face-to-face interaction with their doctors. (Note, for instance, the rudeness that occurs on-line which never would happen in person.)

Christopher Herot

Actually Joe did mention a number of regulatory and policy issues, including risk management. Hopefully Joe will elaborate in a future article.

thrill seeker

I completely agree with this article. More emphasis on number 4: behavioural issues i say.

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