Becker's Healthcare June 21, 2021
Katie Adams

The Federal Communications Commission on June 17 awarded $31 million in funding to 32 healthcare organizations as a part of its $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program, which funds telehealth projects developed by providers across the country.

The new projects join 23 other projects that received funding from the FCC earlier in 2021. The program has now awarded more than $57 million to 59 projects serving patients in 30 states and Washington, D.C.

Below are the 32 new funding recipients and how much money they each received for their projects:

  1. Adventist Health Howard Memorial (Willits, Calif.): $504,900
  2. Albany (N.Y.) Medical Center: $331,429
  3. Blessing Health System (Quincy, Ill.): $393,012
  4. Boone Memorial Health Services (Danville, W.Va.): $394,400
  5. Yale New...

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