miércoles, 23 de noviembre de 2011

The Department of Agriculture provides more than U.S. $ 6 million for telemedicine projects.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture subsidize a total of $ 6 million in different telemedicine projects for rural areas in the United States. These projects will be held in

six states in the Mississippi Delta region.

The increased investment around $ 3 million will go to building an emergency center in Mound Bayou.

Other telemedicine projects to receive funding are:

- Delta Health Alliance for its development project connecting five acute care hospitals with the Intensive Care Center at the University of Mississippi.

- Sl Foundation for her project on tele-health care in the state of Illinois.

- Tombigbee Health Care Authority in the state of Alabama for its telemedicine project.

- Building Healthy Communities in Louisiana for a home telecare project.

- Oschsner Clinic Foundation in Louisiana for its telemedicine program and Telestroke.

- University of Kentucky for its project to link the hospitals of the Kentucky Telehealth Network.

and others.

Notice published by CATAI, if you want to read the complete notice click here.

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