By Kelcee Griffis (October 9, 2019, 9:40 PM EDT) -- A monitoring sock that lets newborns go home from intensive care sooner. An internet-connected tablet that keeps diabetes patients out of the hospital. Innovations like these offer the promise of easing burdens on an overloaded health-care system while meeting patients where they are through technology.
Such medical care with a remote component, commonly referred to as telemedicine, sits at the intersection of telecommunications and health care policy, raising questions about how policymakers will square new innovations with old regulatory systems.
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