The da Vinci Robot is like having five arms. These days, don't we all wish we had an extra set of hands in our jobs?
Cape Fear Valley Health Systems has put Fayetteville on the map as they have progressed with their technology and patient care.Read More
Industry studies show, that over the next 20 years populations will increase in rural America. And currently, rural healthcare patients drive an average of 60 miles to see a specialist. Combining those two factors could spell problems for patient care, but it doesn't have to with the use of proper planning and technology. With USF dollars available, there is no reason for healthcare providers, either in hospitals or small clinics, to under-scope telecommunications networks. All healthcare providers can now have access to the same network quality, features and designs whether they are urban or rural.
Rural Health Telecom announced its expansion of offices into three major regions in the United States. Currently, Rural Health Telecom serves the technology needs of rural healthcare facilities in 32 states, and this development of staffing and customer service capabilities in Colorado, Virginia and Ohio will get the growing telecommunications company closer to its goal of serving the entire lower 48 states with its personal brand of providing technology solutions. Rural Health Telecom’s new regional managers include: Christopher Morgan, officing in Reston, Virginia, and responsible for the New England states; Randall Tate in Dayton, Ohio, managing the Ohio/Kentucky/Indiana region; and, Mark Hanlon in Castle Rock, Colorado, handling the Big Sky areas of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, the Dakotas and Nebraska.Read More
Rural Health Telecom is leading the nation’s efforts to ensure rural healthcare providers can access the quickly-evolving telemedicine technology driving medical care today. Rural Health Telecom Founder/CEO and Comptel board member Tim Koxlien has made bringing these technology advancements to patients in small towns across the U.S. his life’s work.Read More