Telemedicine, often known as telehealth or e-medicine, is the remote delivery of healthcare services over telecommunications infrastructure, such as exams and consultations. Telemedicine allows doctors to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients without having to see them in person. Telehealth brings both benefits and challenges for healthcare practitioners, including veterinarians and their staff, as a result of the advent of digital communications technologies. The incorporation of telehealth and telemedicine has been a topic of interest in the veterinary sector as the use of digital information and communication technology continues to rise. Veterinary telemedicine has the potential to expand veterinary medicine by boosting client and patient access to healthcare services while also improving medical quality.
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