An Omaha, Neb., homeless shelter is using telemedicine consults for its clients to reduce emergency department visits and calls to 911.
The telehealth visits are proving popular with the Open Door Mission's guests, and also streamlining some forms of care for them, such as receiving medications in a timely manner. The consults are donated two days a week by Omaha-based telehealth provider Doc On.
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