Telehealth, sometimes called telemedicine, offers patients and physicians a way to communicate that bypasses the traditional office visit yet provides excellent care through the magic of webcam and smartphones. Telehealth began as a way to reach those in very remote areas who didn’t have ready access to a doctor. Today, telehealth has crept into everyday healthcare, allowing doctors to extend their services, monitor chronic conditions, and possibly halt a health problem before it becomes serious. By Shannon Dauphin Lee …read more