Making Connections: A Guide to Starting a Rural Health Care Telemedicine Program

Telemedicine holds great promise for providing HIV-specific and other care to some of the most underserved communities in the U.S., such as low income people living with HIV in the rural south. The purpose of this guide is to provide practical information and tips for organizations interested in starting or building upon an existing telemedicine program.

This guide discusses telemedicine as an effective strategy for providing high-quality care across distances and provides practical “how-to” information by highlighting the experiences of Medical Advocacy and Outreach of Alabama, an AIDS United Social Innovation Fund grantee, as they planned and implemented the Alabama eHealth program. This guide also includes downloadable forms, links to other resources, and information about how to request support or technical assistance to set up a telemedicine program in your community.

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