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Improved broadband access could enhance telemedicine in rural areas

Northern District Public Service Commissioner (PSC) Brandon Presley is advocating that Mississippi consider following in the steps of other states such as Nebraska that have taken an active role promoting telemedicine by encouraging broadband Internet services in rural areas of the Magnolia State. “In Nebraska, they have had a successful effort to link rural health ...

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