The research on postpartum (postnatal) depression
Telehealth involves the use of digital communications technologies for remote healthcare and health information. This is an important trend that’s growing in the health industry, and has now become more so in light of COVID-19. Telehealth services include video consultations between healthcare providers and patients, remote monitoring and transmission of test and medical results. Telehealth can be particularly helpful for those who are in remote or rural areas, limited on mobility or require ongoing monitoring of health status. Telehealth can be used for a number of purposes, including improving access to health services and reducing healthcare costs. The implementation of telehealth raises several legal and ethical issues, including privacy and security of data. Patients and healthcare providers should both be familiar with the advantages and risks of telehealth. They also need to know how it is used efficiently to reduce healthcare costs, improve patient outcomes, and lower health care costs.