Provides an overview of the technologies, regulatory trends, and market forces shifting the tasks of diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment from physicians and laboratories to mid-level clinicians and consumers. Considers implications and challenges.
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Title: Health Care Without the Doctor: How New Devices and Technologies Aid Clinicians and Consumers
Publication date 2009-05-13
Publication Year 2009
Mary Kate Scott
California HealthCare Foundation
North America / United States
, technologies aid
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