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Talking Telemedicine with Lakeway Breakfast Club

A common medical buzzword today is “telemedicine” or “telehealth”. While medical leaders believe telemedicine offers great potential for improving patients’ access to care, relatively few currently use the technology for their healthcare needs. Dr. Jacob Childers, Family Medicine physician at Austin Regional Clinic and Medical Director for ARC’s telemedicine program eMD Access, discussed with nearly 100 members of the Lakeway Breakfast Club current obstacles in telemedicine and the future ahead.

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