Eligible households can receive a $50 monthly reduction on internet service bills, along with up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop or tablet.
The two health giants say they're seeking to expand access to the in-home acute care model and encourage other providers to adopt it.
The federally qualified health center spent a $451,000 FCC telemedicine grant on technologies designed to improve patient care during COVID-19 and beyond.
In the U.S., the VCI will issue FHIR-enabled COVID-19 vaccine certificates on iOS and Android phones and digital wallets – and paper-based copies with QR codes to help ensure health equity.
Both parties will reportedly collaborate on joint ideas and research in data and artificial intelligence, build a centre for “innovation and knowledge”, and develop related training programmes.
The organizations can use the money for health IT needs, training, technical assistance and providing preventive care.
New CAQH directory lists FHIR endpoints, 3rd party apps to help with CMS interoperability rule compliance
Built with help from Edifecs, the CAQH Endpoint Directory can help enable more widespread data sharing among app developers, payers and state Medicaid agencies as the new regs come online.
The health system has been achieving successes with telemedicine and remote patient monitoring since the pandemic began. Clinicians and patients like it, and the plan is to expand with new virtual care projects.
The 10-year collaboration, billed as a "radical departure" from the transactional status quo, includes launch of a new company aimed at data-driven approaches to value-based care and the creation of a new virtual health center.
Drs. John Sedor and Prabir Roy-Chaudhury give an update on the government-sponsored KidneyX accelerator.