29 telemedicine technologies to know by price

Telemedicine is steadily gaining traction, and naturally the number of consumer and healthcare provider technologies is exploding. Here are 29 provider telemedicine technologies to know by price, according to Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy U.S. Health Care Technologies report.

•    Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera from AMD Telemedicine: $24,995
•    Digital Holter Monitoring System II from AMD Telemedicine: $10,145
•    Camera & Illumination System from AMD Telemedicine: $6,400
•    Dental Examination Camera from AMD Telemedicine: $5,795
•    General Examination Camera from AMD  Telemedicine: $5,490
•    Abdominal USB Ultrasound Probe from AMD Telemedicine: $4,800
•    Vascular USB Ultrasound Probe from AMD Telemedicine: $4,800
•    Naso-Pharyngoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $4,695
•    12-Lead Digital ECG from AMD Telemedicine: $4,000
•    Ophthalmoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $3,450
•    Spot Monitor from AMD Telemedicine: $3,192
•    ENT Otoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $2,470
•    Digital Spirometer I from AMD Telemedicine: $2,300
•    Sinuscope from AMD Telemedicine: $2,198
•    Telephonic Stethoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $1,650
•    TotalExam HD Exam Camera from GlobalMed: $1,600
•    Digital Otoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $1,185
•    Dermascope from AMD Telemedicine: $1,150
•    Spirobank USB from Medical International Research: $525
•    Littmann Electronic Stethoscope from AMD Telemedicine: $400
•    OtoClinic from CellScope: $299
•    Digital Peak Flow and FREV1 Meter from Microlife: $39.99
•    mChip from Columbia University: $1
•    Biostamp from MC10: Undisclosed
•    Body Guardian Remote Monitoring System from Preventice: Undisclosed
•    Functional Muscle Strain Diagnostics from TmG-BMC: Undisclosed
•    Ingestion Event Marker from Proteus Digital Health: Undisclosed
•    Sensor-Enabled Pill and Patch from Proteus: Undisclosed
•    SonoBandage from ZetrOZ: Undisclosed

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