Is there a doctor in the mouse?
Wall Street Journal, March 5, 2009
Some new low-cost services have popped up on the Internet with the aim of providing basic healthcare consultations more cheaply and easily. The services are the next step in "telehealth," or the delivery of healthcare through the telephone, Web, or other telecommunications technologies. The new services offer the convenience of online consultations, but they still have their drawbacks.
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