MUSC Health to expand telehealth services for transplant patients

The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston will ramp up investments in its transplant telehealth program throughout the rest of the year, SC Now reports.

MUSC Health-Florence (S.C.) Medical Center will be able to provide pre- and postoperative care for transplant patients through telehealth technology, Vance Reynolds, CEO of MUSC Health-Florence, told the publication.

The medical center aims to launch the updated services by Oct. 1, according to the report.

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