Wyoming pushes for more long-distance healthcare
AP/USA Today, March 16, 2009
Telehealth, or the use of Internet, video and telephone to connect doctors and patients, is expanding in Wyoming and across the country. This month, the state passed a law giving the Wyoming Department of Health's rural health office the authority to work with other states and organizations to lay the groundwork for more telehealth exchange.
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