In Mississippi, patients face considerable challenges to accessing the healthcare that they need. Rural medicine can be difficult to come by, and doctors in the area are spread thin. Enter the efforts to make telemedicine widely available for Mississippians, efforts that can be aided or blocked by state policymakers. Which path will state officials take? Robert Graboyes and Jennifer Huddleston Skees argue for expanding access to telemedicine in an opinion for the Clarion Ledger.
Read it here: The Promise of Telemedicine in Mississippi