The practice of medicine has advanced lightyears in recent decades, but has yet to realize its full potential. This book shares the many tales that led to the Telemedicine revolution and brought us to where we are today. Now, with the Digital Medical Home, technology will deliver care, labs and sometimes treatment to wherever the patient is, not where the doctor is. This new platform will continuously monitor data, and catch things before they become dangerous and expensive. Find out how technology can create patient empowerment and enhanced personalization of health care.
“I cannot think of two authors better qualified to tell the story of the history of telemedicine. A sometimes harrowing tale of the development of this industry, the most important part covers—what’s next for all of us. Brilliant job!”
— Bernard A Harris, MD, MBA, FACP — former NASA astronaut
Michael S. Gorton, MS, JD
Michael S. Gorton, MS, JD, co-founder of Recuro Health, is a 14-time Serial Entrepreneur and bestselling author whose companies have created industries, and tens of billions of dollars in wealth. He has experience building both public and private companies in the digital health, telecom, music, energy, healthcare, book publishing, aerospace, education and water remediation industries.
Jay H. Sanders, MD, FACP
Jay H. Sanders, MD, FACP, is the CEO of The Global Telemedicine Group, Professor of Medicine (Adjunct) at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the Founding Board Member, President Emeritus and Fellow of the American Telemedicine Association. Known to many as the “Father of Telemedicine”, he was responsible for developing the first State-wide telemedicine system.
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