There has been considerable traction in 2 non-traditional approaches to healthcare: execution of telemedicine, and the prescribing of marijuana to treat few health conditions over the last five years. But certain states are nervous about the 2 overlapping, selecting to particularly ban the telemedicine’s use to prescribe medical marijuana at the similar time as expanding legal use of the substance in a healthcare atmosphere.
A program of telemedicine that serves individuals with autism and their families is being expanded beyond the borders of Missouri, where it was established.
The telemedicine is usually termed as beneficial by the healthcare industry, but the idea has yet to be completely accepted and integrated within the healthcare programs of government. 2 recent government publications released this past summer support the telemedicine expansion within public health programs, pointing out the advantages of telemedicine from both service and cost perspectives, but also noting the issues to such expansion.