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CTN is California’s leading agency connecting people to improve access to quality, affordable healthcare through the innovative use of telehealth, technology and broadband services.

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We supply physicians, hospitals and clinics with services and technologies to provide quality care to patients, operate more efficiently, optimize revenues and expand access to care.

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The life-and-death stakes of an Affordable Care Act repeal in one of L.A. County’s poorest, sickest regions
Los Angeles Times

Nurses and doctors rush through hallways, readying exam rooms. The clinic in Lancaster hasn’t yet opened for the day, but staff members know that once patients start filing in they won’t stop. In less than two hours, it will be standing-room only in the waiting areas.Read full article.

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CTN: Advancing Rural and Underserved Healthcare in California
Telehealth and Medicine Today

Editor’s note: In this TMT interview, Mr. Eric Brown, President and CEO of the California Telehealth Network (CTN), discusses the development and the role of CTN in providing advanced information technologies and services to medically underserved and rural Californians. An independent non-profit 501c3, CTN is one of the largest FCC-funded statewide telehealth networks in the nation, connecting over 750 healthcare provider locations. Read TMT interveiw.

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Sacramento Bee – One cure for California’s rural health care needs
Article written by Eric Brown, CEO, CTN

Digital health innovations and applications, including virtual doctor’s appointments and smartphone health apps, can help us live better and longer lives.

But many rural Californians don’t have access to these services as access to broadband internet and access to health care is rapidly becoming one and the same.

More than 5 million Californians live in rural areas and many don’t have enough doctors in their communities, as few as 43 primary care physicians per 100,000 people. Some rural residents are forced to drive hundreds of miles for specialty care. Read full article.

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