Student at Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai, India
There are many concerns about the legal and ethical aspects of telemedicine. These include the responsibilities and potential responsibilities of medical professionals, the obligation to maintain the confidentiality and confidentiality of patient records, and the legal issues surrounding cross-border consultations. It also describes the refund of telemedicine expenses. Telemedicine enables the transmission of cross-border health information. Cross-border telemedicine services have been introduced, especially in specialized areas such as long-distance radiology, but the jurisdiction and registration issues have not yet been fully resolved. This can be true for many of the legal and ethical aspects of telemedicine in general, but it is also true for healthcare professionals who use telemedicine carefully to minimize the possibility of forensic complications. Telemedicine is the process of transmitting information from one point to another and using electronic signals to provide medical services. Intuition for many people who want medical care today. Telemedicine looks up the internet. Technically, it is possible to access the database from the outside. Information is included so that can verify the protection and confidentiality of your personal data. It's very difficult. Ethical issues arise especially during the data protection phase. Therefore, on the one hand, the planned use of technical means, on the other hand, the risks that may arise. It is ethically valued.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 2286 - 2296DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114211
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