The world now driving by the ICT(information and communication technologies) based services, which include innovation, several applications in industries, such as financial services, telecom and IT, media and in health care industry. The most important critical questions concerns the organizing of service innovations processes is high-tech research, service innovation and the project management research, thus there is a need for more empirical research to understand and manage ICT based service innovations. Telemedicine uses ICTs to defeat environmental barriers, and increase access to health care services. This is particularly beneficial for rural and underserved communities in developing countries, the traditionally groups suffer from lack of access to health care.
Telemedicine is a service in this whole process it will providing medical expertise and health services to remote, rural, and transport less area communities in primary care, and in emergency conditions with the help of telecommunications. In telemedicine are will give continuous medical monitoring for many purposes like physicians needing to early diagnosis of depression or sports persons need to monitor their condition and performance. [Baker et al. 2007; Boric-Lubecke and Lubecke 2002;Varshney 2007].