Tazca Connects and Telehealth International Partnership (TIP) to deploy turnkey Telehealth solutions for disadvantaged rural areas worldwide based on affordable 4G LTE-as-a-Service. The partnership accelerates high quality healthcare by increasing rural community access to medical specialists.
"TIP and Tazca Connects have partnered to increase access to healthcare through the innovative use of 4G LTE technology. Together they will deliver Telehealth globally to millions in disadvantaged rural areas and developing communities needing healthcare by providing turnkey 4G LTE-as-a-Service that is affordable and high speed," said Matt Jansen, TIP Chief Development Officer. "The turnkey services will enable rural communities to connect to their local healthcare ecosystems to better coordinate and deliver the full spectrum of services providing efficient, cost effective, high quality healthcare to hundreds of thousands globally. This is not a one size fits all global healthcare system and each country, population, region and culture requires careful planning, implementation and evaluation before Telehealth can be integrated to enhance specific areas of need. The combination of TIP's Telehealth applied telemedicine practices, programs and technology integration with Tazca Connects affordable 4G LTE-as-a-Service will make the world a healthier place, especially in disadvantaged areas," said Jansen.
Tazca Connects high speed Internet service is powered by an innovative LTE software platform from Lemko Corporation, bringing cost-effective 4G LTE connectivity to residents and business in rural areas. The LTE fixed wireless broadband service expands the abilities of Operators to deploy affordable rural broadband infrastructure with advanced features on a virtualized software platform at each cell site, directly connecting to the cloud. These benefits result in lower-up front capital expenses and operational costs.
"Two out of every three people in the world currently lack Internet connectivity," said Michael Sisto, Vice President of Sales at Tazca Connects. "The affordability of Tazca Connects 4G LTE-as-Service and our ability to deliver data at 1/5th the traditional cost solves the worldwide connectivity challenge and enables Telehealth delivery as a global application, creating a 'Beyond-Borders-Care-Continuum' for disadvantaged rural areas using High Speed Internet Access. We are working with TIP because of their unparalleled vision to make the world a healthier place. Together we impact global health by enabling LTE-as-a-Service Telehealth solutions that scale affordably from local provider, statewide and nationwide infrastructures supporting everything from acute illness to high risk chronic diseases. The footprint of our two companies expands to every continent and has recently led to great strides in providing cost effective services in China, Macedonia, Honduras, Guatemala, Zambia, Somalia, Nigeria, Canada and the United States," said Sisto.