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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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California Telehealth Network (CTN) Joins the OCHIN Family of Companies

PORTLAND, Ore., May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – OCHIN, a leading national nonprofit health IT, research, and innovation organization, and the California Telehealth Network (CTN), a leading nonprofit provider of telecommunications infrastructure and telehealth services in California, announce that their respective Boards of Directors have approved for CTN to become part of the OCHIN family of companies, effective today.

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FCC Seeks Comment on Accelerating Adoption and Availability of Broadband-Enabled Health Technologies, Services, and Solutions
The Connect2Health FCC Task Force

Broadband Health Technology Public Notice

GN Docket No. 16-46

The Connect2HealthFCC Task Force would like to invite you, as well as anyone else who you think may be interested in this subject area (so please feel free to share this email with others), to submit comments in response to the attached Public Notice issued yesterday by the Federal Communications Commission.  The FCC is seeking broad stakeholder input on a wide range of issues concerning broadband and health.  Attached is a copy of the Public Notice, as well as related materials (i.e. an FCC News Release and a Statement from Commissioner Mignon L. Clyburn).  Additional information about the Public Notice can also be found at www.fcc.gov/health/public-notice

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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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