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Using telehealth and photography for wound assessment in Western Australia

20 December 2013

<p>This article examines the use of telehealth in rural Western Australia. The author provides case studies to explain how clinicians use photography, secured communication and videoconferencing to advise on treatment plans and monitor care pathways. Thus telehealth supports staff working in remote sites and enables expert wound care to be provided to patients no matter how rural their location.</p>

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