- — Mignon Clyburn (@MClyburnFCC)Tue, Sep 29 2015 17:23:29
- While in Miami, Chairman Wheeler and Commissioner Clyburn joined the C2HFCC Task Force for site visits to Nicklaus Children's Hospital Telehealth Command Center and a HealthSpot kiosk in a Florida Blue retail center. In addition, the C2HFCC Task Force hosted a consumer event highlighting broadband health solutions for seniors and caregivers. This event was co-sponsored by AARP and featured Univision's Dr. Juan Rivera.
- — Tom Wheeler (@TomWheelerFCC)Wed, Sep 30 2015 17:31:40
- — Chris Gibbons (@mcgibbons)Wed, Sep 30 2015 15:53:32
- — Tom Wheeler (@TomWheelerFCC)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:24:36
- — Dr. Juan J. Rivera (@drjuanjr)Tue, Sep 29 2015 17:20:29
- — Chris Gibbons (@mcgibbons)Wed, Sep 30 2015 02:29:27
- In Jacksonville, the Task Force partnered with the Mayo Clinic for the FCC-Mayo Clinic Broadband Health Summit: “Building Connected Health and Smart Care Systems in Florida and Beyond.” The Summit featured industry leaders, innovators, telehealth practitioners, public policy thinkers, health care providers, rural telehealth experts and more.
- — Mignon Clyburn (@MClyburnFCC)Thu, Oct 01 2015 13:43:13
- — Mainstream Comm (@MainstreamComm)Thu, Oct 01 2015 13:23:33
- — Cynthia Nelson Weiss (@cynthewriter)Thu, Oct 01 2015 13:23:00
Connect2HealthFCC Beyond the Beltway Series: Florida
On Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, the FCC's Connect2Health Task Force traveled to Miami and Jacksonville to highlight how broadband-enabled health technology can transform health and care for seniors, children and people with disabilities.
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