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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) May 11, 2013
Health Briefs TV presents a special segment dedicated to the growing healthcare field of tele-health technology. As more people move outside of city centers, medical professionals are finding new ways of communicating with them through the methods most known to Web enthusiasts: video conferencing, the Internet and streaming media. These popular communication tools are assisting doctors and patients with health-related education and most importantly long-distance clinical care. The show gives viewers the opportunity to learn something new in healthcare and will begin airing the tele-health segment in May in the United States and Canada.
The show’s host is none other than Terry Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback from the Pittsburgh Steelers. His popularity was fueled by his dominance on the field while leading the Steelers to four Super Bowl titles and picking up two Super Bowl MVP awards. Terry still dominates from the locker room to the Board room and has become a hot commodity in Corporate America. From motivational speaking to endorsing companies and their products to shows like this one, it is Terry’s outgoing personality and credibility that keeps him busy today. Sprinkle in some cameo appearances in a few major motion pictures and close to a hundred appearances on the Jay Leno show, and the reason is clear why Terry Bradshaw is a great host and segment narrator for the Health Briefs TV show.
The program examines the many topics in medicine and healthcare. It uncovers the best new technologies in clinical, diagnostic and patient-related technologies. The show features interviews with physicians and other medical professionals who understand the patient’s needs. It films on location throughout North America and airs on many regional and national cable television networks. Please visit Health Briefs TV on Facebook or on Twitter to learn more about the show and its host.