Becker's Healthcare January 26, 2022
Naomi Diaz

The Federal Communications Commission approved on Jan. 26 an additional 100 applications for funding in its second round of the COVID-19 Telehealth Program, totaling $47 million.

This is the sixth and final announcement in round two, according to a news release from the organization. The FCC has awarded $249.95 million in total to healthcare providers this round.

Here are the 100 healthcare providers that received funding:

1. Adams County Regional Medical Center (Seaman, Ohio): $498,756 

2. Advantage Care Diagnostic and Treatment Center (Glen Head, N.Y.): $572,310

3. AMH Comprehensive Medical Centers (Los Angeles): $33,335 

4. Arkansas Valley Regional Medical Center (La Junta, Colo.): $339,501

5. Augusta University (Albany, Ga.): $102,328

6. AWARE, Inc. (Anaconda, Mont.): $457,603 

7. Berkshire Healthcare Systems (Pittsfield, Mass.):...

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