GPT Touts School Based Telehealth Milestone

Global/Georgia Partnership for Telehealth (GPT) recently announced that it now serves more than one hundred schools throughout the state of Georgia, a major milestone for the telehealth networking agency.

“GPT has been very passionate about this market segment for many years, and employees are grateful that their passion has yielded such results,” a provided media release reads.

According to Loren Nix, Director of School-Based Telehealth at GPT, the key to the company’s success in school-based telehealth lies in its unique approach to planning school-based programs.

“As we begin initial planning with schools interested in implementing telehealth, we strongly encourage them to conduct a local scavenger hunt to assess and tap into existing healthcare providers in their area,” Nix explains. “It should never be the intention of school-based telehealth centers to erode the local medical community.” GPT believes school-based telehealth should work to enhance existing medical services and to provide better access to care. GPT’s robust network of providers can then step in to support healthcare needs that are not met locally.

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