HealthLeaders Media November 29, 2021
Eric Wicklund

The state is issuing $150,000 grants to community health providers around the state to purchase telehealth and remote monitoring technology to help underserved communities access care.

New York is investing $3 million in a program aimed at helping community health providers purchase new telehealth technology to expand access to care in underserved communities.

Governor Kathy Hochul said the program will spurt public-private support for technology platforms that enable more residents to access virtual care services, particularly in areas where access is difficult due to geographic or economic barriers.

“Every New Yorker should have access to high-quality health care no matter where they live,” she said in a press release. “Telehealth is an important tool that brings healthcare to underserved communities...

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