In Michigan, the lack of access to high-speed internet is a quality-of-life issue, with lack of telehealth services creating a barrier to care for some.

A national nonprofit dedicated to improving connectivity for families, communities, and businesses has announced new resources in the area of telehealth. Connected Nation (CN) is seeking to provide answers to individuals and groups that might be relying more on telehealth options, especially during a time of surging COVID-19 cases.

CN provides free information on a range of issues, including how telehealth visits are covered by insurance carriers, patient privacy concerns, record keeping, and internet capabilities. The organization has worked for years to address connectivity shortcomings across the nation. The resources being announced draw on information gathered last spring as part of a CN Michigan study that examined telehealth in that state over a six-month period.

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