Utilization of Telemedicine During COVID-19 is Discussed on “In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne

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The program will feature experts to discuss how Telemedicine has helped healthcare evolve.

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“In Depth” will share more information about the positive impact Telemedicine is having during the COVID-19 pandemic on an upcoming episode.

Known for his masterful performances throughout the years, actor Laurence Fishburne is lending his skills as host to the educational show “In Depth". The program covers many topics ranging from advances in education to developments in technology. A new episode will take a turn into the medical field—the program will feature the use of Telemedicine during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Over the years, Telemedicine has increased in popularity. It gives people the ability to receive medical care at a cost-efficient price from remote locations using telephone calls or video chats. Telemedicine can be of use in homes, hospitals, healthcare facilities, and private physician offices. Patients can speak to a doctor remotely and receive a diagnosis and prescriptions for medicine when appropriate.

With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, doctors are using telemedicine technology to aid in treating patients. The technology has been useful in diagnosing the disease and treating mild cases for patients who are monitoring their symptoms at home.

Telemedicine is currently making speaking to a physician a safer experience and is helping to minimize the overall spreading of the very contagious upper respiratory infection. Those who are experiencing other, un-COVID-19 related illnesses, and are isolating themselves, can receive medical care without risking the possibility of catching COVID-19.

“In Depth” will share more information about the positive impact Telemedicine is having during the COVID-19 pandemic on an upcoming episode.

“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is cautiously inspected before revealed to a broader viewing audience. The informative show has accepted multiple awards for its endeavors in public television.

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