Author Archives: Giang Trần

Top Telemedicine Medical Specialties

Telemedicine is used in many different medical fields, throughout ambulatory and hospital settings. Almost every medical field has some use for consulting a patient or another provider (usually a specialist) remotely. Because of shortages of care, limited access to specialists … Read More

Telemedicine Pros and Cons

In most cases, telemedicine is a net benefit. It expands access to quality patient care, especially to regions and underserved populations that need it the most. It provides a way to cut down on healthcare spending and engage today’s connected … Read More

Difference between telemedicine and telehealth

   With the interrelated fields of mobile health, digital health, health IT, telemedicine all constantly changing with new developments, it’s sometimes difficult to pin down a definition for these terms. In much of the healthcare industry, the terms “Telehealth” and … Read More

Newtel installed video conferencing system for National Academy of Public Administration

    In March 2018, NewTel has implemented equipment and installation, technology transfer conference system for the lecture room, meeting room of the National Academy of Public Administration – NAPA – at 4 branches: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hue, Dak … Read More

Cancer Overview

Introduction Cancer is a condition where cells in a specific part of the body grow and reproduce uncontrollably. The cancerous cells can invade and destroy surrounding healthy tissue, including organs. Cancer sometimes begins in one part of the body before … Read More

4 ways Telemedicine is revolutionizing the health sector

Since its inception, Telemedicine has significantly improved the quality of healthcare. It reduces the need for travel, provides easier clinical support, surpasses geographical barriers, and improve patient outcomes. With continuous connectivity, patients and physicians can work more closely together to … Read More

The history of Telemedicine

The field of telemedicine has changed drastically since its inception. Just about fifty years ago, several hospitals began testing telemedicine to reach patients in distant locations. But with the rapid changes in technology over the past few decades, Telemedicine has … Read More

Intermittent Vital Signs are Not Enough

“Modern hospitals service patients of increasing complexity and co-morbidity. Despite advances in technology and the best efforts of hospital staff, several studies have demonstrated that 6-17% of all hospital admissions are complicated by serious adverse events. These events are often … Read More

Newtel provided telemedicine system to island Military Hospitals

On December 28th – 29th , 2017, at the Military Hospitals and the Infirmaries (which was invested Telemedicine system), NewTel technicians have trained, guide doctors to use and operate the Telemedicine system. Pursuant to the Ministry of Defense’s Official Dispatch … Read More

Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook are going after your health care

The tech industry is certainly no stranger to health. IBM, Intel and Microsoft have long provided enterprise services to the health care industry. But now they, and other companies, are more visibly focused on creating, or investing in, new kinds of technologies for doctors, patients … Read More