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Rural Indian villages are about to get lifesaving treatment through an app

07:28 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | Internetmedicine

  SOURCE October 3, 2016 Intelehealth, founded by students at Johns Hopkins University, makes an app that lets health workers in rural communities act as a proxy for doctors who are unable to work in underserved areas themselves. India has just one doctor for every 1,700 people, and while 70% […]

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