Driving Telehealth Equity through Local Libraries & Community Connectivity
Keywords:ConV2X, telehealth and medicine, bridging digital divides in low income communities, telehealth access for all, telemedicine an low income, Wi-Fi connectivity, healthcare for all, equal access to care, new business models for access to care, health equity and inclusion
AbstractThis discussion will bridge digital divides deploying telehealth services and care in everyday environments including laundromats, where families spend an average of 2.5 hours and engage with health and education, and libraries, to bring those behind, beside. What are the challenges and outcomes for low income communities with no Wi-Fi, laptops or stable internet? Panelists will share solutions to launch in communities with cost effective telehealth solutions.
Panelists attempt to bridge digital divides deploying telehealth services and care.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Craig Settles, Founder Gigabit Nation Radio , Shauntee Burns-Simpson, President of Black Caucus of the American Library Association, (BCALA), Renee Patton, Global Education & Healthcare Director, Cisco Systems, Inc., Katherine Trujillo, Deputy Director, Libraries Without Borders
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