The U.S. Department of Wellness and Human Companies, through the Wellness Sources and Companies Administration, has awarded $20 million to boost telehealth accessibility and infrastructure for providers and family members to enable stop and react to COVID-19.
The cash will assist telehealth providers with cross-state licensure to enhance accessibility to healthcare for the duration of the pandemic.
WHY THIS Matters
The use of telehealth has risen for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic as patients and providers apply social distancing and the Trump Administration has permitted bigger overall flexibility for its use.
The cash will boost ability and accessibility to telehealth and distant-treatment solutions for providers, expecting gals, children, adolescents and family members.
HRSA’s Maternal and Kid Wellness Bureau awarded a complete of $15 million to four recipients. They are: The American Academy of Pediatrics – Pediatric Care in Illinois, which acquired $six million the Affiliation of Maternal and Kid