Telemedicine for doctor shortages

    For an extra layer of safety, hospitals around the country are using computers and cameras to monitor their patients. Now a remote monitoring program in Delaware is being enlisted to watch patients more than 100 miles away – and help Maryland make up for a short supply of doctors. From WHYY’s health and science desk, Kerry Grens reports.

    For an extra layer of safety, hospitals around the country are using computers and cameras to monitor their patients. Now a remote monitoring program in Delaware is being enlisted to watch patients more than 100 miles away – and help Maryland make up for a short supply of doctors. From WHYY’s health and science desk, Kerry Grens reports.

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