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Rural school telehealth clinics boost medical access

May 28, 2017 | School-Based Clinics, Use Cases

Telemedicine is a game changer students at the Southwest Jefferson County School district.  A new telehealth initiative by the Indiana Rural Health Association is giving students access to medical care, who might not otherwise be seen by a physician.  This clinics makes it easy for students to get diagnosed and treated for things like the flu, lice, rashes or strep throat.

Read the full article in CNHI Indiana News

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