FCC's Pai announces plans for USD 200 mln covid-19 Telehealth Program

Tuesday 31 March 2020 | 09:43 CET | News
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has announced plans for a covid-19 Telehealth Program to support health care providers responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Congress has under the Cares Act allocated USD 200 million to the FCC to support health care providers and their use of telehealth services during the pandemic. If adopted by the FCC, the programme will help health care providers pay for the telecom products, broadband connectivity, and devices it needs to supply telehealth services.

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