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Residents in 'digital deserts' found to have fewer health care options

A new study by the University of Cincinnati highlighted disparities in access to digital technology that could widen the gap in access to health care. The study found that socially vulnerable communities in the United States face more barriers to adequate health care, live in areas with fewer health care resources and have less access to high-speed internet.


Residents in 'digital deserts' found to have fewer health care options (medicalxpress.com)




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