Fiber-Optics for Healthcare
Welcome to the future of connectivity
With speeds 100 times faster than competing companies, RST Global Communications, LLC (RST) services offer the information you need when you need it. Imagine downloading a MRI in a matter of seconds. We know you want to spend your time working with patients, improving hospital success rates and building your practice. The faster your speed—the faster you'll be able to transform and grow your practice. Communicating with insurance companies, physicians and hospitals at increased speeds will allow you to put your time and attention where it should be, on your patients and on your practice.
RST’s 100 percent, Real Fiber Network currently serves communities along the I-85 corridor in North Carolina and South Carolina, but it's also been installed in other locations in the country.
Here are a few of the comments about the importance super-high speed broadband connectivity:
"Right now if you attempted to transmit an MRI, CAT scan or X-ray to another hospital, the transfer could take half a day or more. Hospitals with pure fiber-optic connections will be able to transport the data much faster and with better resolution and fidelity. Doctors also will have quick access to massive databases, and hospitals will be able to quickly download multimedia materials. The advance of telepresence is especially important for rural areas that might not have local access to specialists and cutting-edge surgical techniques. It's a way to virtually bring the doctor to the patient, instead of physically transporting the patient to the doctor."
- Northern Illinois University Professor David Gunkel, computer communication specialist
"Any time [slow broadband connectivity occurs] when you're serving 65,000 employees, it affects all employees. Fiber-optic cable means that we have better services and are better able to serve more people. The ability to quickly and securely send patient records and other information over fiber optics convinced [personnel at my] hospital to build remote facilities where they had fiber installed over locations limited by copper connections.”
- Annie Tuttle of the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Loma Luma, Calif.
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