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North Carolina Telehealth NetworkSearch_for:Submit Search Toggle navigationNorth Carolina Telehealth NetworkHomeAbout NCTNEnrollmentSubscribersNews UpdatesContact Home The NC Telehealth Network (NCTN) provides high-speed, reliable, and cost-efficient broadband services with large discounts to eligible public and non-profit health care providers in North Carolina through a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Program called the Healthcare Connect Fund. For more information regarding this permanent program that was established in December 2012, refer to the Healthcare Connect Fund Fact Sheet.Substantial SavingsThe NCTN provides permanent 65% discounts for eligible providers through the FCC’s Healthcare Connect Fund program:Typical savings at a clinic site with 10 Mbps service is thousands of dollars each yearTypical savings for a large hospital with a high speed service of 1 Gbps is tens of thousands of dollars each yearThe NCTN Dedicated Network AdvantageThe NCTN is a dedicated network for health care providers in NC. “Dedicated” means that the communications of NCTN subscribers don’t go over the Internet, so they aren’t exposed to the delays, reliability issues, and extra security risks of the Internet.The NCTN offers of bandwidth (e.g., a 100 mbps link) are backed by a network design that delivers the amount of throughput stated. The industry terminology defines the NCTN as a non-blocking network. For example, a “100 mbps” NCTN link provides 100mbps of throughput bi-directionally simultaneously on the NCTN itself and through the Internet connection points. This is in contrast to typical commercial offerings where the stated bandwidth is provided only on a “best effort” basis and frequently is over-subscribed so that the actual throughput varies below the service’s nominal bandwidth.Fast, Secure, & Reliable ServiceAllows communications between NCTN sites without sending data over the public internetSupports critical access and first responder sitesEnables high-demand applications such as video, telehealth, remote EHR, HIE, medical images, and moreTechnology is transforming health care and driving innovation through robust broadband connectionsAllows rural health care providers to treat patients locally through enabling access to specialists, quickly exchanging large medical images and electronic health records, and training health care personnel via video conferenceLowers health care costs through reduced patient transfers and access to specialistsProvides the speed and reliability needed for disaster response, immunizations, and communicable disease reportingAre You Eligible?Both public and non-profit health care organizations are eligible for FCC program discountsThere are also options for savings for in-eligible sitesFree, No-obligation QuotesContact us today to learn more.NCTN Contact us for a free, no-obligation broadband quote. From Wesley Smith, Jones County Our participation in NCTN will allow us to offer access to care through secure and encrypted video conferencing designed to meet the needs of low-income and under-served Jones County residents. Read more. From Phred Pilkington, Cabarrus Health AllianceCabarrus Health Alliance has been able to ensure below market cost connectivity for the last three years. MCNC’s dedicated network ensures the connection is both dependable and secure.From Dante’ G. Patterson, Lincoln County GovernmentThe partnership with MCNC and the NCTN has been a positive and mutually beneficial opportunity for both MCNC and Lincoln County Government. Read more.From Becky Snyder, Henderson CountyReliable, affordable Internet service has become a critical part of providing services for the citizens of Henderson County. MCNC is a valued partner in Henderson County’s ability to provide services. Read more.Find out what other leaders have to say about NCTN.Accessibility North Carolina Telehealth Network © 2018 North Carolina Telehealth Network...

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