The suspension of most of the non-emergency services at public hospitals during the COVID-19 outbreak is a source of worries to senior citizens with chronic illnesses, as they have not been able to attend scheduled medical appointments. A recent survey by Lingnan University (LU) reveals that over 60 per cent of senior citizens are willing or very willing to try online medical consultations when the relevant technology is fully developed.
|Place of Publication||Hong Kong|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Jun 2020|
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逾六成長者願試「視像看診」 調查指學歷愈高愈接受嶺大促發展遙距醫療 LU survey finds over 60% senior citizens are willing to try online medical consultations
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