Originally posted to Data Center POST. 

The rise of the internet and the increasing accessibility to high-speed data transfer and communications has had an incalculable impact on many aspects of everyday life. From altering the trajectory of entire industries to making a permanent home in the private lives of individuals, the importance of high-quality internet connectivity has become a necessity in the workplace and in the home. One industry in which this private and public overlap is critical is the advent of telemedicine.

Telemedicine has the potential to become a great tool in the healthcare industry and has already provided many benefits, such as more convenient and accessible patient care, care to those in remote areas and offering disaster management support. As technology improves, remote treatment and diagnoses becomes more feasible as a common medical practice. However, there are still hurdles to overcome in translating medical practices to a digital medium. For telemedicine practices to be fully effective, practitioners must have access to reliable and robust high-speed broadband services.


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