STRUCTURE AND OPERATING MODE OF MULTIMODAL PLATFORM OF TELE-MEDICINE
We propose an original concept that aims to demonstrate the feasibility and clinical validation of a multimodal platform for telemedicine and also incorporates the economic and legal aspects. This platform, connected to broadband internet, brings together, in one place, all the basic equipment’s necessary for carrying out a consultation and the establishment of a preliminary diagnosis. It ensures, 24H / 24 in compliance with the safety instructions and the requirements of medical ethics, rapid access to care, without limitation of geographic localization. Its implementation on site should enable the validation of the concept, the detection of problems and the establishment of a financial statement. It requires the strong contribution of general practitioners, radiologists and technologists of instrumentation and communication. . The creation of such a platform in a disadvantaged region is justified by the development of medical deserts, which result from the current shortage of general practitioners and specialists, particularly in rural areas and specifically affecting certain disciplines.
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