P eople who live in rural or remote areas usually lack access to nearby quality healthcare facilities, often facing long travel times to reach one. Take, for example, the northern New England region of the U.S., where tens of thousands live in rural and mountainous regions, including numerous islands that dot the coastline. Until recently, they—along with thousands of migrant workers who seasonally harvest blueberries, apples, and Christmas trees—had no choice but to travel many miles by land and sometimes sea to reach healthcare. T elehealth via Satellite Broadband in New England
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