Telemedicine allows virtual health monitoring

Telemedicine technology -- such as computerized kiosks that help assisted-living home residents regularly check their vital signs -- are catching on, allowing patients to communicate with health care providers from home. While the technology shouldn't replace face-to-face visits, it can help save time and money in caring for those in need of frequent medical attention, experts say.

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