Denver (AP) - Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter is helping launch an audio and video health care program.
The National Connected Care Telehealth Network being introduced Monday involves establishing connected care Telehealth clinics in several existing rural health centers.
Under the program, clinics will feature sophisticated audio, video and other technologies to connect patients with medical specialists hundreds of miles away.
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