State lawmakers want to expand telemedicine because they see it as a potential fix for some of South Carolina's health problems. Telemedicine, they say, offers the chance to give specialized medical care to poor residents in rural areas—people who need it the most but don't have access to it.
S.C. lawmakers turn to technology to solve state health problems
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