Tele·med·i·cine

noun the diagnosis and treatment of patients in remote areas using medical information, as x-rays or television pictures, transmitted over long distances, especially by satellite.

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Why Telemedicine?

If telemedicine hasn't revolutionized healthcare, it has certainly revamped it. It has extended providers' reach to areas where care might not be readily available, and allowed patients much-needed access.

48 rural hospitals had closed since 2010, and that 283 others were in danger of doing so, a result of declining populations in those areas, as well as a greater number of uninsured and elderly patients, an underuse of equipment and a dearth of specialty services.

A pioneer in inpatient telemedicine, we have devoted more than a decade to perfecting our telemedicine models of care, and adapting them to meet your changing needs. Whether you're a small rural hospital, a mid-sized facility or a large metropolitan hospital, our specialists can be "beamed-in" via two-way videoconferencing to fill staffing gaps and expand your specialist services.

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