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15 Million Kids in Health Care Deserts: Can Telehealth Make a Difference?

Description
Highlights healthcare access problems for children of vulnerable populations living in rural and poverty stricken areas, and discusses how telehealth can be implemented to overcome these barriers. Describes several case studies as a method for improving access to healthcare services for children, including a rural school-based telehealth program.
Author(s)
Dale Alverson, Julie Hall-Barrow, Denise M. Dion, et al.
Date
04/2016
Type
Document
Organization
Children's Health Fund
Tagged as
Access · Children and youth · Schools · Telehealth · Arizona · California · New Mexico · North Carolina · West Virginia