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basis. The ability to provide virtual care through telemedicine with influence several patients and have a rather significant impact on the ability to produce quality care (Wicklund, 2016).
6 Nonetheless, the patient's experience across the board will allow Canon Hospital to meet the needs of the patients faster. References: Goodarzi, M., Torabi, M., Safdari, R., Dargahi, H., & Naeimi, S. (2015). Innovation Network Development Model in Telemedicine: A Change in Participation. Healthcare informatics research , 21 (4), 265–270. doi:10.4258/hir.2015.21.4.265
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