The Prominent Role of Telehealth during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Elaine Ng, Jessica Singh
Telehealth is referred to as the remote interactions between health care providers and patients through a variety of audio or video platforms. Over the past years, it has become quite useful in clinical health care, professional health care education, and public health administration. There are multiple technologies that provide telehealth such as videoconferencing, streaming media, store-and-forward imaging, and other wireless communications. Telehealth includes remote clinical services with other non-clinical services such as health administration meetings, medical education, and health worker training.