Equal Healthcare for All, In The Most Rural Areas
"In the rural setting, PET/CT can be lifesaving. For instance, there are many patients, particularly elderly patients, who would be good candidates for certain types of cancer treatments, and would need a PET/CT in order to qualify...and they would rather spend their time at home with their loved ones and their families. You have an opportunity to make a tremendous difference in patients' lives because you're the only one that's going to provide this care." Dr. Luke Roller and the team at Shared Medical Services explain how important mobile digital PET/CT technology is to providing Equal Healthcare to All, regardless of the patient's location.