Dr. Jay Portnoy working from his office in Kansas City performs a telemed exam Friday afternoon of a patient at Children's Mercy offices in Wichita. Portnoy, an allergist, working with an RN, can do virtually the same exam as if the patient were in the room with him.
Dr. Jay Portnoy working from his office in Kansas City performs a telemed exam Friday afternoon of a patient at Children's Mercy offices in Wichita. Portnoy, an allergist, working with an RN, can do virtually the same exam as if the patient were in the room with him. The Wichita Eagle
Dr. Jay Portnoy working from his office in Kansas City performs a telemed exam Friday afternoon of a patient at Children's Mercy offices in Wichita. Portnoy, an allergist, working with an RN, can do virtually the same exam as if the patient were in the room with him. The Wichita Eagle

Children’s Mercy plans to expand telemedicine services in Wichita

December 14, 2013 07:40 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:20 AM

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