Source: mHealth Intelligence
The FCC has announced 62 award winners – one in each state and territory and Washington DC – for the first round of the newly revamped COVID-19 Telehealth Program.
– The Federal Communications Commission has approved 62 projects for funding under the COVID-19 Telehealth Program.
The projects are the first to be approved in the second round of the program, which used up its $200 million budget in 2020 to provide assistance to 539 connected health projects across the country. At the end of last year, Congress added almost $250 million in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 to reboot the effort, alongside pledges from the FCC to make the program more transparent.
Among the new rules: The first round consists of one recipient from each state and territory and the District of Columbia.
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