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Evolving Opportunities for Silicon Manufacturers in the Growing Telehealth Market

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Greg M. Jung
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Useability considerations
Greg M. Jung   10/27/2013 7:59:54 PM
Very good article which points out how Telehealth will continue to grow in the near future.  I especially appreciate the tremendous cost savings opportunities that proper Telehealth devices can provide.

One large consideration for any Telehealth device is useability.  Since the patient or a home health care professional will be using this device outside of the traditional health care environment, correct use and operation must be assured.  Developers will have to do extensive misuse case studies to ensure their design does not create unacceptable risk or harm to a new Telehealth user/practictioner.

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