October 2022 Edition
Annual Telehealth Summit
What to Expect:
Keynote Speakers & Special Guests
Breakout Sessions
Networking Reception
Telehealth Awards
Special Guest Speaker
PCC is proud to present Michael Capps, PhD, as the Special Guest Speaker for the Summit! Capps is the Former President of Epic Games, the makers of blockbusters Fortnite and Gears of War, and will be speaking on November 9th at 4pm-5pm! Autograph Session to follow at 5pm-6pm.

We’re inviting THE ENTIRE FAMILY to attend this special presentation (ages 15+) AND autograph session (all ages welcome). Don't forget to bring your Fortnite gear to be signed!
Tickets are just $25! Those registered to attend the full Telehealth Summit do not need to register separately for this event.
Diamond Sponsor Spotlight
The South Carolina Telehealth Alliance is a statewide collaboration of many organizations joining forces to expand telehealth services across the state. Stop by SCTA's booth at the Summit to learn more and connect with them online:

Telehealth and Broadband Updates
Broadband Expansion

"SC Governor McMaster and Congressman James E. Clyburn were joined by officials from the South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff’s State Broadband Office to announce that just over one year into the state’s efforts, over 100,000 additional households now have access to high-speed broadband service." Click here to read more.
Cybersecurity Awareness
Cybersecurity Awareness

Every 11 seconds, a business falls victim to a malware/ransomware attack. Have we caught your attention? At PCC, this is why we have created Managed IT Services for health care providers serving rural or underserved communities.
Telehealth Awareness Week
PCC celebrated #TAW2022 with three Telehealth Tech Talk events in Allendale, Cope, and Bamberg. A special thank you to our partners at Bamberg Family Practice, Ehrhardt Pharmacy, Southeastern Housing and Community Development, Allendale County Leisure Center, and Good Hope AME Church.

Click here to learn more about Telehealth Awareness Week.
Video Credit: SCETV
Digital Inclusion Week
PCC joined the National Digital Inclusion Alliance to highlight Digital Inclusion Week (Oct. 3-7) to help bring awareness of solutions addressing home internet access, personal devices, and local technology. To date, PCC has trained more than 500 South Carolinians how to use telehealth on digital devices.
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