Telemedicine Preparedness in Texas to Meet the Needs of the Medically Underserved
Author: Leslie Hinds, MT (ASCP)
Primary Advisor: Kim Dunn, MD, PhD (co-author)
Masters thesis, The University of Texas School of Health Information Sciences at Houston.
As a resolution to this crisis, Teletechnology is being incorporated as a strategic asset to coordinate care and foster collaboration using broadband wired/wireless voice, video, and data integration. Four surveys have been conducted. The first three defined requirements for community clinics practice management systems, current technology platforms used in the safety-net hospitals, and current telemedicine applications in the