Category Archives: Broadband map

The Dollars & Sense of Telehealth for Community Broadband

“Our remote patient monitoring telehealth program has saved the hospital $2.7 million by reducing chronic care patients’ returning to the hospital or needing to go to the ER,” says Lisa Hogan, RN, head of Chronic Care Management Program for Frederick Memorial Hospital in Maryland. “Studies of hundreds of our patients six months before and six […]

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Is There Hope for Broadband Maps That Suck?

Recently I’ve sat in a couple of gatherings of local government IT, economic development and other department managers who are planning broadband strategy for their respective towns or regions. One theme pops up frequently, and it’s about those broadband maps. Connected Nation recently announced an upgrade to their mapping application that’s being used in S. […]

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Also posted in Economic Development, Implementation strategies | 5 Responses

Hey, Your National Broadband Map’s Here.

I listened to NTIA’s press briefing on the national broadband map (NBM) and when it was over, I posed the question on Twitter: What do we have? We have 1) An expensive map, though mercifully under budget. 2) A data intensive map (I’m seriously awed by the breadth of it). 3) A nice tool for […]

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Also posted in General analysis, National broadband strategy, Needs analysis, Network business planning, Strategic thinking | 1 Response
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