Lack of broadband access limits telemedicine in rural communities, study finds

(By Jackie Drees for Becker’s Hospital Review)

The scarcity of broadband access in rural counties may leave the residents of those areas unable to experience telemedicine appointments, Reuters reports.

A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine analyzed whether telemedicine could help improve patients’ health in areas where physicians are sparse, according to Reuters.  Continue reading article here…

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