FCC votes to end net neutrality regulations

In a three to two vote yesterday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted to end net neutrality regulations put in place during the Obama Administration. The likely impact on telehealth is still somewhat unclear, but the following are several articles with pertinent analyses: FCC’s net neutrality change may have big implications for telehealth FCC votes […]

FCC announces major changes to current Rural Health Care Program

Recently the FCC announced that it will institute a Healthcare Connect Fund to help establish robust Internet connections to increase the availability of telemedicine. This move is largely informed by success from pilot projects that were launched in the 2006 Rural Health Care Pilot Program. The report, released in 2012, detailed impressive results including a […]