Mich. university taps telehealth to expand autism care in rural areas

05/16/2013 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

Eastern Michigan University's Autism Collaborative Center is launching a telehealth program to extend autism care to rural areas in the state. The project, backed in part by a state grant worth $500,000 and a $25,000 donation from AT&T, involves the use of live streaming video to allow rural providers and family members of autism patients to consult face-to-face with specialists.

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