FREMONT - A growing number of Indiana schools are adding rural telehealth connectivity, the latest being Fremont Community Schools in the northeast corner of the state.The high-tech system allows school nurses or staff with a sick child to connect remotely with a physician or other medical provider.
Fremont is the first school corporation in Steuben County to add the technology. It has partnered with Cameron Medical Group to provide this level of healthcare.
“Our goal is to provide high-quality healthcare quickly and remove any barriers to accessing primary care,” said Kathleen Chelminiak, project director of IRSCN and a member of the Indiana Rural Health Association.
From Inside Indiana Business
Posted: Sep 27, 2019 3:30 PM EDT
Updated: Sep 27, 2019 3:53 PM EDT