In rural Midwest, a telehealth community thrives

American Medical Assosication,  By Andis Robeznieks, June 2019

Jody Clements was bowling with his kids—and rather poorly, he recalls—when he felt a sudden pain in his left arm and noticed it was “quite warm and quite swollen.”

“I’ve had some medical training,” says Clements, the 47-year-old deputy chief of the Marshfield (Wisconsin) Fire and Rescue Department. “So, I’m like ‘Yeah, that’s an infection and it’s not going away.” Read the full article here.