Local community Care Cooperative, the accountable treatment corporation that improvements neighborhood-centered treatment for MassHealth customers by way of its community of 19 wellness centers through Massachusetts, has released a $5 million campaign to drastically maximize telehealth capacity in neighborhood wellness centers statewide.
C3 said that telehealth capability is needed in order to better struggle the COVID-19 pandemic – and better provide wellness middle clients when the pandemic is about.
C3 has also been awarded grants from the Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau, people today and charitable foundations totaling about $2.8 million to progress telehealth in Massachusetts in response to the coronavirus.
Basis and person guidance arrives from the DentaQuest Partnership for Oral Overall health Progression, the Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Basis, the Landry Spouse and children Basis, the Klarman Spouse and children Basis, and Barbara and Amos Hostetter. Together with a guide grant from the Patrick J. McGovern