Nebraska links its way to better CME

Nebraska s wide-open spaces make it both a great place to live and a difficult place to get CME for those who live far outside the larger cities. That should change soon, now that the Nebraska Public Service Commission has "authorized the state's Universal Service Fund to support up to $900,000 annually for a plan to link Nebraska's hospitals and medical providers& The association also envisions that Tele-Health will allow health care providers opportunities for continuing education closer to where they work than currently is possible."

It may be expensive to implement, but it s a good solution for many who work in large, low-density-population areas.

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