Videoconferencing

Physicians in India Utilize Telemedicine to Diagnose and Treat Rural Population

According to a recent World Bank study India is the world’s second most populace country with over 1.1 billion people currently residing in the nation. In 1983, India initiated its first National Health Policy with an ambitious goal to provide Health for All by the year 2000 through comprehensive primary health care services. However, given

Stay on Top of the Latest Research in Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders

The Callier Library is a great resource that is constantly updated with the latest research on anything related to speech, language, and hearing disorders. The abstracts tend to be very technical, but the search feature allows you to easily identify articles on specific topics. For instance, a search for the word “videoconferencing” turned up with

More Audiologists Adopt Telepractice Technology

Audiologists have thus far been slow to adopt telepractice technology, mainly due to concerns about connectivity and cost. As telepractice technology becomes more sophisticated however, more audiologists are using videoconferencing to interact with patients. The potential benefits of audiology telepractice are immense. Regional audiology clinics can offer hearing tests to those who live in rural communities,