Innovative Medicine Option
The West Virginia Telehealth Alliance is seeking to partner with and highlight demonstration projects that showcase telehealth applications, uses and benefits.
The West Virginia Perinatal Telehealth Program will connect physicians at 15 rural health facilities with specialists at CAMC’s Women and Children’s Hospital, Cabell-Huntington Hospital and West Virginia University’s Children’s Hospital. In early 2010 the program received federal grant money to help provide equipment and training on using interactive video and audio teleconferencing technology, which allow physicians to see patients and sonograms in real time. This equipment will be deployed as the alliance’s RHCPP broadband upgrades are completed at many of these facilities
If you have a telehealth project, please contact the alliance.
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