Expert Opinion: Telehealth Provides Antidote for ‘Help Wanted’ in Rural America
Expert Opinion, Health
September 15th, 2014
Rural Americans are sicker, poorer and more likely to be uninsured than their urban counterparts. Vital human capital links in our nation’s information and healthcare supply chain are missing in rural America, and we need more skilled health care professionals in those communities. Telehealth capabilities offer an antidote to the rural health care conundrum by […]
What Role Does Entertainment, E-government, and Telemedicine Play in Driving Broadband?
December 2nd, 2008
WASHINGTON, December 2, 2008 – Officials representing the users of high-speed internet services – particularly in the fields of entertainment, e-government, and telemedicine – will appear at the next monthly event of the Broadband Breakfast Club on Tuesday, December 9.
Expert: Telemedicine Could Save $197 Billion, But Only With 'Smart Networks'
October 24th, 2008
WASHINGTON, October 24 – Broadband-enabled improvements to health care could save $197 billion over 25 years, but only if carriers had the incentives and freedom to deploy so-called “smart networks,” according a study financed by AT&T.