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done. now at 216 votes

Watched and voted. Good luck Dr Steve!

Is it the one that is "School-Based Telemedicine: A Shorter Road to Health?" It gives a different name on the video, but I think that's the one...

I am from NC (I think we talked about that?) and my mom is a doctor in Hendersonville. She started something recently called "Aging Project" (http://www.agingprojectsinc.org/api/index.php) which is designed to provide information for in-home health services. Sounds like there's some small amount of overlap between their programs...

Anyway, YAY Dr. Steve!

Thanks Sarah Fain. You are amazing!!

If you're interested in learning more about our program go to myhealtheschools.org.

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