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A new study adds to mounting evidence that telemedicine can save patients two things they value most: time and money.
In a letter to the FCC, AMIA said federal regulators should build policies around the idea that broadband access is a social determinant of health.
The FCC is seeking input from a wide range of health IT stakeholders to identify the barriers to broadband-enabled advancements in healthcare.
Facing a declining population, an enterprising CEO kept one rural hospital afloat by integrating innovative tech-based approaches to care.
Telehealth could save hospitals in rural parts of the country an average of $81,000 annually, but the broader community impact would be much higher.