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Thursday, Aug 25, 2016
Tampa General Hospital’s telemedicine app lets doctors make virtual house calls
Dr. Sherri DeHaas appears on an iPad talking with Tampa Bay Times reporter Sara DiNatale, right, via the new Virtual Care app being offered by Tampa General Hospital. DeHaas, who works in Vermont, is one of the doctors available for virtual house calls via the new telemedicine tool, which can be used with computers, tablets and smartphones. [CHRIS URSO | Times]
Welcome to the telemedicine industry’s fastest growing line of services: on-demand visits with physicians 24-hours day via phone, video or email. It’s like FaceTime with your doctor — the digital equivalent of the old-fashioned house call.
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