Telepractice Brings Treatment to Rural North Dakota

Houn, Bobbie; Trottier, Kolette
November 2006
ASHA Leader;11/28/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 16, p16
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The article describes a program that provided speech-language services to patients at the Ashley Medical Center in Ashley, North Dakota via the St. Alexius TeleCare Network. Forty-nine patients received speech treatment that was delivered by telepractice. Rural health care practices and their availability of speech therapy are discussed.


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