How Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) Benefits Telemedicine

Nik Tehrani, PhD

DynoSense Academy, CA, USA

Corresponding author: Nik Tehrani, PhD. DynoSense University, Sunnyvale, CA, USA. E-mail:

Published: June 20, 2016.  DOI: 10.21103/Article6(2)_CC3


Yousef lives in a remote area of Pakistan with limited access to healthcare.  As a result of not having proper disagnoses, care or medication, Yousef’s hypertension has begun to damage his heart.  A major barrier for Yousef getting good healthcare is the long distance between the village and quality care hospitals that are miles away, so he becomes a patient  at the local village quack clinic that is not qualified to treat Yousef’s complicated health condition.  Telemedicine in the form of Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) has come to the village, so now, Yousef can receive proper diagnoses, advice, medication and treatment without having to travel afar.  Telemedicine allows specialists that are miles away to access Yousef’s personal health data to make meaningful decisions about his healthcare.

telemedicine; health relationship management services; health condition; healthcare.

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