June 1, 2010

UofL Assists By Telemedicine Robots

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The Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Kentucky can now rely on the expertise from the Stroke Center at the University of Louisville Hospital. The robotic telemedicine machine can be placed in an exam room and see, hear and diagnose patients, then suggest treatment. The UofL Health Care network program began in 2007 and now includes 13 hospitals in the state. They claim that more than 1,000 people benefited from it last year.

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at June 1, 2010 8:40 AM
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