One of the most exciting health care innovations is telemedicine. Despite the inability of Congress to reform Obamacare and infuse competition into the health insurance industry, states and medical professionals aren’t standing still. They’re moving ahead, giving real solutions to all patients — but particularly those who live in areas that are underserved by providers. JLF’s Katherine Restrepo explains in this interview.
Telemedicine: Helping Bridge N.C.’s Urban/Rural Access Gap
August 21, 2017 at 3:59 pm
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