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School-Based Telehealth at MUSC Proves Impact on Children’s Access to Care

Nov 5, 2019 | School-Based Clinics, Use Cases

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) proves children with access to school-based telehealth were 21% less likely to visit the ED for their asthma than those without such access. School nurses use the telehealth technology to connect sick children with expert providers at remote locations.

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