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This week, the Federal Communications Fee voted to move forward with Round two of the COVID-19 Telehealth Program, a $249.95 million federal initiative that builds on the $two hundred million plan set up as part of the CARES Act.
The telehealth plan was set up with the intent of supporting providers’ initiatives to continue on serving sufferers by offering telecommunications solutions, data solutions and all of the essential linked gadgets in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new application window is expected to open up in just thirty days of the purchase, and the FCC will present recognize in progress of that day.
FCC Performing Chair Jessica Rosenworcel reported in the relaunch announcement that telehealth technology is a critical part of curbing inequities in entry to healthcare solutions.
“The pandemic has afflicted communities both equally big and tiny during the country, from our city