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Telemedicine is the use of electronic communication and information technologies to provide clinical care at a distance. It can provide individuals in rural areas access to teleconsultations with health care providers and specialists that otherwise may not occur.
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Telemedicine may also help attract and retain health care providers in rural areas by providing ongoing training and interaction with other providers. The lack of insurance reimbursement has been a barrier to bringing telemedicine into underserved areas, but is likely to be less of a factor in the future. The Act also permits Medicare to provide teleconsultations in all rural areas.
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Orloff, T. Unless otherwise noted, the data presented in this Profile are from two national surveys of the United States civilian non-institutionalized population. The series is supported by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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It is the seventh in the series. Previous Profiles include:.
The Center studies the impact of demographic changes on public and private institutions and on the economic and health security of families and people of all ages. Health care service use differs The rural population is consistently less well-off than the urban population with respect to health. The rural population is somewhat less healthy than the urban population A larger proportion of the rural population than the urban population reports fair to poor physical and mental health. Chronic conditions are somewhat more common among adults in rural areas Differences in the proportions of adults in rural and urban areas with specific chronic conditions are small, but the pattern is consistent.
Adults in rural areas experience higher rates of limitations One-third of adults in rural areas, compared to less than one-quarter of adults in urban areas, report that they are limited in performing a major activity such as paid work, housework, or school. Risky health behaviors are somewhat more common among adults in rural areas Overall, slightly larger proportions of adults in rural areas, compared to those in urban areas, engage in risky health-related behaviors. Adults in rural areas are less likely to be tested for chronic conditions In general, smaller proportions of adults residing in a rural area than those residing in an urban area are screened for various types of cancer, including prostate, breast, colon, and skin cancer.