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Telemedicine networks which the state's 135 hospitals can connect with provide advanced health care information to patients in rural areas where in-person clinical interactions with doctors are not always possible.
A new East Carolina telemedicine program will link hospital emergency departments across North Carolina to mental health professionals who can provide treatment in mental health or substance abuse cases.
East Carolina University School of Medicine faculty are examining whether telemedicine provides the same quality of medical care as a physical visit to a doctor; early research shows that it is.