Coronavirus is leading us to the future of health care. It’s called ‘telemedicine’

March 20, 2020

Since the COVID-19 outbreak started in Wuhan province, millions of Chinese coronavirus patients were triaged and treated by telemedicine clinic providers. Health authorities in major cities developed online apps, powered by artificial intelligence, for self-screening of COVID-19. Users receive an instant personalized recommendation about their infection risks, says Bloustein School assistant professor Soumitra S. Bhuyan.

Op-ed,, March 19, 2020

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