La tunisie Medicale - 2020 ; Vol 98 ( n°06 ) : 423-433
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Telemedicine has become a privileged mode of medical practice providing medical care while reducing the transmission of Covid-19 among patients, families, and clinicians. The law established in 2018 settled a legal framework for telemedicine in Tunisia. However, thelatterremains not sufficient in itself, as legal issues remain especially delimiting the precise conditions for this exercise and to expose the limits of responsibility of each party involved among its organizers, its health service providers, and its users. Several medico-legal issues may be generated by the practice of telemedicine in Tunisia. Our paper aimed to discuss these medico-legal issues relating to telemedicine in anticipation of its legislation.

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