Videoconferencing not the way to Amarillo

Telecommunications equipment with a price tag of more than $35,000 intended to connect rural patients in Friona with specialized doctors in Amarillo “does a better job of collecting dust than its intended purpose”. But a lesson’s been learned.

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  1. Videoconferencing equipment gathers dust
    Two BIG lessons to be learned – do a comprehensive needs assessment first and ensure there is a change management program in place. Without an obvious need and buy-in from care providers telemedicine is doomed to continue gathering dust.

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