Telemedicine can help improve healthcare access in rural areas in a number of ways. Firstly, it can connect patients with specialist physicians who may be based at a distance. This can provide these patients with access to the care they need when they might otherwise have to travel long distances – or even relocate – to receive it. Secondly, telemedicine can enable remote consultation and collaboration between doctors, allowing them to share information and expertise more easily. This is particularly useful in cases where experienced specialists are few and far between in rural areas. Finally, telemedicine can help reduce the cost of healthcare delivery in rural areas by reducing the need for expensive infrastructure and making better use of limited resources.