A new AHA podcast explores how rural hospitals have found new ways to deliver care to patients with COVID-19.

Brian Evans, CEO of Clarke County Hospital in Osceola, Iowa, and Corey Martin, senior director at the Iowa Hospital Association who manages the Iowa Rural Health Telecommunications Program, discuss successful efforts to apply for, and receive, federal funds to expand telehealth services to include home monitoring.

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