Alexander Graham Bell

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Managing and Implementing Remote Patient Device Data in the EHR

Kapila Monga | Journal of AHIMA | May 17, 2017

These were the first words spoken over the telephone by inventor Alexander Graham Bell on March 10, 1876. According to popular legend, this call was also the first time the telephone was used to summon help, as Bell had just spilled acid.1 In a way, we can look back on this incident as prophetic, with the advent of telemedicine capabilities. Today, remote patient monitoring encompasses various audio, video, and augmented reality-related technologies and processes used for health information exchange between a patient and physician system. This is also sometimes called “connected health”...

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Why Voice Is The Next Big Internet Wave

Martin Geddes | GIGAOM | April 5, 2014

At first glance, few technologies feel as unsexy as voice. From a user’s perspective, little has changed since the days of Alexander Graham Bell. Most see voice as a mature technology that simply connects people in real-time across a distance.

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