What is the Rural Healthcare Program? The rural healthcare program is a government-funded initiative aimed at improving access to medical services for people living in rural and remote areas. The program focuses on ensuring that people in underserved regions have access to affordable, high-quality healthcare, regardless of their location or financial status. According to BroadbandUSA, The RHC Program “Provides funding to eligible public and non-profit health care providers for broadband and telecommunications services necessary for the provision of health care.” 
It’s no secret that historically in-person meetings are now being moved online, and patient appointments are no exception. Whether you’re communicating with hospital staff, or hosting a secure Telehealth appointment, you need a collaboration solution that provides a reliably secure and intuitive experience. Webex and Zoom are a few of the most prominent collaboration solutions we’ve seen in healthcare environments.
Patient engagement is a hot topic for both healthcare professionals and patients. Why, you ask? Because the ultimate goal of healthcare professionals is empowered patients, and improving health outcomes with increased patient engagement is a great way to do just that.
It seems people aren't the only ones facing a certain viral nemesis. Cyber-attacks are on the rise from opportunistic hackers, and Ryuk ransomware has risen to the top of the threat list.
Has your healthcare system experienced a bottleneck transferring patient information amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, you are not alone. Healthcare systems all over the country have been struggling to keep up with the number of COVID-related file transfers flooding their offices. This has resulted in the loss of pertinent patient information that later needs to be re-entered by hospital administrative staff. Additionally, due to the sheer volume of faxes, offices are getting test results sometimes weeks after the fact, which renders them virtually useless.