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Prerequisites for Activation of Telemedicine

원격의료 활성화를 위한 선결과제

  • Jeon, Young-Ju (Dept. of Health Administration, Chosun College of Science & Technology)
  • 전영주 (조선이공대학교 보건의료행정과)
  • Received : 2014.07.22
  • Accepted : 2014.08.10
  • Published : 2014.08.30

Abstract

The rapid development of the current information and communication brings big changes and progress in the health service delivery system. And it is becoming the worldwide trend increasingly. In order to implement established what policy peacefully is sufficient review and dialogue, social consensus are integral components. The government in the telemedicine services, health care industry that is directly related to the public health and development spheres as nations of the society which to vote on new growth policy is a great social health policies of the push ahead with an unconditional side effects. But before it was activated, telemedicine, which is capable of ensuring the health and lives of the people in need of revision of the safety and effectiveness of any kind, and enforces a stretch enough before review and social consensus, must necessarily be a prerequisite. In conclusion, it presently appears to be inappropriate and impossible to conduct telemedicine system through the foreign of telemedicine. It suggested to present the problems on telemedicine in korea.

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