At-home care to expand

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Marg Milani, manager of the North West Community Care Access Telehomecare program, demonstrates a home monitoring system during the launch of Telehomecare in Thunder Bay. The home monitoring system is used to monitor weight, blood pressure, pulse and oxygen levels.
(Brent Linton)
Marg Milani, manager of the North West Community Care Access Telehomecare program, demonstrates a home monitoring system during the launch of Telehomecare in Thunder Bay. The home monitoring system is used to monitor weight, blood pressure, pulse and oxygen levels. (Brent Linton)

A new at-home care program that helps chronic patients keep their ailments in check with a computer has proven effective and will be expanded beyond Thunder Bay in a year’s time.

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