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Broadband in WNC Telehealth Telemedicine

Telehealth for Retirees in WNC

Telehealth is a process of healthcare where a remote patient can use computer applications, telephone or computer audio, or video conferencing technology for healthcare assistance.

Representative Jake Johnson references retirees, COVID, and telehealth in the video snippet below.

Retirement community and broadband

How will telehealth and broadband integrate into our Western North Carolina future?


Disclaimer

The WNC Broadband Project (Project) aims to support communities interested in ensuring access to reliable, truly high-speed internet service. It develops tools to empower individuals, communities, and area leaders in advocating effectively for their digital needs.  As a community-supported initiative building on the work of West Next Generation Network (WestNGN), it is not owned or controlled by any affiliate of WestNGN.  The WNC Broadband Project is also not financed by any corporate entity, as such financing would be inconsistent with the Project’s independent community engagement focus.  The views, opinions and products of the WNC Broadband Project are the sole responsibility of the Project team and its advisory board, acting in their personal capacity and not in any capacity related to WestNGN, UNC Asheville, or any other WestNGN affiliate.

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Broadband in WNC Digital Divide Economic Development Telehealth

WNC is Struggling with Digital Inclusion

Digital inclusion opportunities exists in Western North Carolina.

Western and Eastern North Carolina are struggling to provide digital equity says Representative Jake Johnson.

The last mile is expensive. What can be done to get broadband to all?

Digital equity and inclusion is an opportunity in Western and Eastern North Carolina

Advocate for digital inclusion in Western North Carolina today. Speak to a member of our team to collaborate your broadband-internet ideas.

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Broadband in WNC Economic Development Education Telehealth

Disparity in Learning, Telehealth, Economic Development

Broadband is necessary for education, telehealth, economic development.

Representative Jake Johnson relates disparity in education and telehealth to the lack of broadband in this video.

Lack of access to the internet is educational disparity

Disclaimers

The WNC Broadband Project aims to support communities interested in ensuring access to reliable, truly high-speed internet service.

It develops tools to empower individuals, communities, and area leaders in advocating effectively for their digital needs.

As a community-supported initiative building on the work of West Next Generation Network (WestNGN), it is not owned or controlled by any affiliate of WestNGN.