Rural healthcare to link up doctors
Kennebec Journal, January 9, 2008
Doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers in rural areas of northern New England will soon be able to use a high speed computer network to share X-rays and other medical images, patients' records and video teleconferences. The New England Telehealth Consortium will link 555 clinics, doctor's offices, hospitals, public health centers and universities.
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