May 29th, 2010 - When Healthcare Writer for the New York Times, Milt Freudenheim, sought a real patient care experience in the world of telemedicine, he turned to NuPhysicia. In the article, readers are introduced to Mr. Charlie Martin, a crane operator on an oilrig in the South China Sea, and to the technology of telemedicine. Martin was on a rig served by InPlace Medical Solutions connected to physicians in Houston via medical video link. “It was a tremendous honor to have our programs featured in the New York Times,” said Dr. Glenn Hammack, president and CEO of NuPhysicia. “Milt did an excellent job communicating the high end and low end approaches in the marketplace, as well as how we, at NuPhysicia, are working the balance between technology cost and providing a vital, distinctive medical service.”

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