Deliver compliant, seamless, patient-centered communication—even on the go.

With complex compliance requirements like HIPAA and HITECH, robust communication with patients requires reliant and secure systems. Help your patients with appointment reminders, secure, real-time text messages, and other important patient support, while protecting your personal contact information—all on T-Mobile MultiLine.

The power of 5G

The future of digital and physical healthcare.

With the expansion of 5G, physical and digital healthcare will continue to evolve. Our 5G Advanced Network Solutions enable healthcare providers to expand how they think about care in the digital age and deliver reliable connected care to any part of the country.

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Welcome to a new healthcare era.

Unlock new levels of efficiency, patient care, and employee satisfaction with breakthrough technologies from connected hospital rooms to advanced robotics and beyond.

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Leading Boston Children's Hospital’s network transformation.

We partnered with Pixel Health and Ingram Micro to redesign Boston Children’s Hospital’s connectivity strategy and enable more-secure data transfer, enhanced device mobility, streamlined workflows, and improved efficiency and patient care overall.

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Powering the latest healthcare technologies with 5G private networks.

Groundbreaking healthcare technologies—such as AI-powered tools, workflows, and data analysis—all depend on fast, reliable, and secure connectivity to maximize their impact. Our 5G private networks meet these requirements while evolving with your organization’s changing needs over time.

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Exploring where 5G private networks meet digital health.

Connected medical devices deliver real-time insights and benefits for patients and providers—and they all rely on a consistent network experience. Is your organization equipped with a network solution that can meet evolving patient needs? 

Population health

Tackling healthcare inequities head-on with reliable connectivity and groundbreaking technologies.

Our leading network connects patients across the country with the care they need to live healthier, happier lives.

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Addressing disparities in rural healthcare with Extended Range 5G.

Our network supports critical telehealth services—including video consultations, home-based monitoring devices, and more—bringing affordable, high-quality healthcare to millions of underserved patients in the rural United States. 

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The future of telehealth and rural connectivity.

Reliable broadband provides the opportunity to reduce the gap in rural health care access, as more and more Americans can utilize telehealth services. T-Mobile is rapidly expanding its network to offer greater access to broadband and is committed to keeping 5G coverage affordable.

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How the healthcare industry can leverage fixed wireless access.

Find out how fixed wireless access helps healthcare organizations reduce costs, enhance operational flexibility, and extend the reach of healthcare innovations that improve patient outcomes.

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Bridging the healthcare divide with the next generation of telemedicine.

New processes and technology to meet current and future challenges facing the healthcare system.

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6 ways network connectivity revolutionizes healthcare access.

5G in historically underserved rural areas is providing high-quality video communication between hospitals and mobile paramedics, allowing for greater diagnostic accuracy no matter where a patient lives.

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How AR/VR is removing boundaries in healthcare.

No-risk simulated settings let medical professionals train before ever touching a patient. Here's how VR demonstrations and holographic representations are changing how surgeons prepare for and perform procedures—while sharing new details with patients.

Remote patient monitoring

The promise of wearables for better disease management outcomes.

Emerging technologies are ushering in a new era of healthcare defined by continuous support where and when it's needed. T-Mobile for Business is the optimal partner for healthcare enterprises to prepare for this new world of healthcare, with reliable 5G enabling the use of cellular paired devices routed back to your EMR.

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5G & Advanced Telemedicine.

New 5G capabilities will transform what’s possible in telemedicine and extend advanced care to more people.

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Unlock the full power of 5G across your company.

Improve your company’s efficiency, security, and ROI with the power of 5G. Check out our information hub for actionable insights on your industry, your business, and the goals you’re working to achieve.

The internet of medical things (IoMT)

T-Mobile provides the tools healthcare experts need to keep their complex ecosystem connected.

A connected ecosystem of technology and IoT medical devices are helping connect patients to doctors, doctors to doctors, and doctors to diagnoses—all while leveraging data and intelligent insights to deliver the best possible care.

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MedTech reimagined: innovation powered by connectivity.

A new ecosystem for MedTech innovation is rapidly developing, spurred by the integration of 5G and technologies like telehealth, Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). Find out how this new integrated ecosystem can help overcome the healthcare divide even in the country’s most rural and underserved areas.

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Sensor solutions for healthcare.

Gain the ability to monitor a wide variety of situations from a single system, while ensuring smooth-running operations that also protect your people and assets.

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Upgrade from pagers to smart devices for better patient care.

Empower your team to meet patient needs faster and more efficiently. Smart devices with T-Mobile can deliver seamless, two-way communications and draw on real-time data.

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Amplify healthcare: connectivity, innovation, and the future of care delivery.

Healthcare is on the precipice of a high-speed, interconnected, intelligent future, with the industry becoming more proactive and preventive. This shift is being driven by digitally enabled technologies that keep patients, providers, pharmacists, and plans connected, informed, and engaged in real-time.

Healthcare perspectives.

Healthcare industry insights.

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Provider investment plans for technology.

U.S. hospitals and medical centers face a range of challenges such as staff shortages, dwindling profit margins, the increased need for remote health monitoring, wearables. and more. Learn the current and future priorities for healthcare.

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Digital transformation road map: value-based health.

Addressing staff shortages, rising costs, dwindling margins, infrastructure modernization and hybrid work models are key priorities in healthcare. Take a look at this roadmap to help you prioritize deployment of key use cases to manage these issues.

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The anatomy of patient value: priming a new strategy for digital health.

Covid-19 created a pivotal moment for the adoption of digital technology in healthcare—and magnified the gaps. Find out where your focus should be to create innovative patient experiences.

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The why, what, and how for care anywhere.

The line between in-person and digital care is blurring. Read this report to find out what technology healthcare organizations are leveraging to meet the demand and the trends that are emerging.

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Top 6 ways 5G technology will accelerate innovation.

Investing in 5G means investing in innovation. Learn more about the top 6 ways that 5G technology improves the delivery of healthcare services.


Combining smart manufacturing technology with 5G connectivity.

Organizations innovated to produce PPE and vaccines fast, with benefits and lessons that will carry into the future.

How medical manufacturing rose to the challenges of COVID-19.

During the height of the pandemic, many medical device manufacturers adopted automation, the internet of things (IoT), robotics, and other smart technologies enabled by 5G connectivity to speed production, boost efficiency, create safer work environments, and drive operational resilience.

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Let’s talk about how telehealth is evolving.