The Future of Telehealth and Rural Connectivity

There is a large health gap across rural communities in the United States, driven in part by a dramatically lower density of healthcare providers. Rural areas average only 30 specialists per 100,000 residents, contrasted by 263 specialists per 100,000 in urban areas.

In recent years, advances in technology, legislation, and connectivity have helped spur the rapid adoption of telehealth. This shift in healthcare delivery has great potential to help close the health gap in rural America, and offers a more timely, cost-effective and efficient opportunity for access to high quality care.

 Read more in this whitepaper about the exciting technology advances in telehealth delivery, from video-enabled consultations to robotic surgery and machine learning enable access to best-in-class care, regardless of geographic distances. In this report, learn how T-Mobile’s Extended Range 5G, which covers over 5 million people over 1.8 million square miles, helps deliver quality telehealth services to rural America. As the country’s largest and fastest 5G network, T-Mobile is leading the charge in connecting people with healthcare, to improve access to care, and ultimately, quality of life.

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