The end of net neutrality: How telemedicine, mHealth companies will fare

On the heels of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals' decision this week to end net neutrality, what will happen with mHealth? Government Health IT's Anthony Brino writes that it's possible, now that broadband providers don't have to treat all Internet traffic equally, that "telemedicine and mobile app companies may find new opportunities and challenges in their quest to reach consumers and clinicians."

The decision, he adds, is now another part of the "maze" mHealth companies must navigate, creating dead ends for some who have less money. Article

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