Tuesday, June 18, 2013Author: John Sprague
(Last modified: 2013-06-18 14:18:41)
Source: The Herald-News
The Dayton City Council heard a presentation on bringing high-speed Internet from Chattanooga that could have far-ranging benefits for Rhea Medical Center and the local economy.
During a work session about its 2013-14 budget on Monday, Jan. 10, the council heard a presentation from Hale Booth of BrightBridge Inc. about a project to bring high-speed Internet via fiber optic lines to Rhea Medical Center [RMC] in order to enhance tele-medicine, the ability to use electronic means to treat patients from a distance.
For further details, see the Wednesday edition of The Herald-News.
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