FCC to Provide $300M in Funding for Telehealth – What this Means for You

Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Time: 2PM ET / 1 PM CT / 11 AM PT 
Duration: 30 Minutes
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About The Webinar

The FCC recently announced it will provide up to $300M in funding to help providers cover the costs of telehealth services. Eligible providers, including not-for-profit hospitals, teaching hospitals and community health centers, can apply to receive as much as $1M to cover telehealth costs for their COVID-19 response efforts. But what’s the best way to apply for those funds, especially when the agency is likely to receive a large number of applications?

Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, April 22, at 2PM ET (1PM CT; 11AM PT) featuring John Heitmann, a partner at the law firm Kelley Drye, who specializes in FCC funding programs. John will review the basics of the new FCC telehealth programs and demystify the application process for the COVID-19 funding.

You'll Learn

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  • Clear summaries of the FCC’s $200M COVID-19 Telehealth Program and the $100M Connected Care Pilot Program
  • Which telehealth costs are eligible for reimbursement
  • Selection criteria used by the FCC
  • How to apply for funding

Please note that the funding program is limited to healthcare organizations in the categories below:

  • Post-secondary educational institutions offering health care instruction, teaching hospitals and medical schools
  • Community health centers or health centers providing healthcare to migrants
  • Local health departments or agencies
  • Community mental health centers
  • Not-for-profit hospitals
  • Rural health clinics
  • Skilled nursing facilities
  • Consortia of health care providers consisting of one or more entities falling into the first seven categories

Disclaimer: This is a general presentation on FCC’s programs which have been rapidly evolving. Kelley Drye is participating in this presentation as counsel to Phreesia and the presentation and accompanying materials should not be construed as legal advice because that will be dependent on the facts of your specific situation. If you have a particular situation on which you need advice, please contact a qualified attorney.