Two stories that nearly didn't make it (US)

Two general telehealth/telemedicine stories that only appear here because they contain some nuggets.

Remote health care thriving as technology improves
Nugget 1: “Dr Patrick Cobb, who graduated from medical school in the mid-1980s, said remote health care was something he and his classmates figured they’d be more likely to encounter at Disneyland than in a hospital.” Billings Gazette.

The new face of Florence Nightingale
Nugget 2: “Congestive heart failure patient Arthur Ross lives alone, so he was startled one morning last fall when a strange woman’s voice called from his living room. “Good morning. It’s time to take your vitals.” ” The Naperville Sun.