16 Apr Leverage the FCC COVID-19 Telehealth Act
Contineo’s integrated virtual care solution meets FCC grant requirements and can be implemented within 3 weeks.
FCC’s COVID-19 Telehealth Program is a $200 million program, borne out of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. It aims to grant providers up to $1 Million in funding for implementing virtual health programs to patients in their homes and other remote locations. The funds can be used to pay for telemedicine and remote monitoring equipment, services and other connected care resources, all of which need to be integrated into the provider workflow (EMR).
We can help.
Contineo, a UST Global portfolio company, has partnered with over 50 health systems to accelerate their patient centric digital transformation and population health initiatives. We also have specific experience working with several FQHCs and RHCs to improve risk stratification, patient engagement, medication adherence and overall care coordination with emphasis on comorbidities like Diabetes and Hypertension.
Integrated Telehealth Solution.
Our telehealth solution (MyDoc) and remote monitoring platform (Cove) seamlessly integrate with provider workflows (EMR). Our virtual care ecosystem is tightly aligned with FCC criteria and our expert advisors are experienced in the grant writing process for enabling non-profit and public eligible healthcare providers to apply and obtain the available grant funding.
In addition to implementing an integrated Telehealth and Remote Monitoring solution, Contineo can
also assist with the following:
- Guidance through the application submission process
- Consultation and insight for writing successful grants
- Assessing broadband connectivity and infrastructure necessary for Telehealth