WEBINAR - Surviving the Pandemic: Making the Most of Stimulus Funding Available to Healthcare Providers

Surviving the Pandemic:
Making the Most of Stimulus Funding Available to Healthcare Providers 

WEBINAR: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 2:00pm EST

 

Chris LaPage
Manager of Research and Consultation and Senior Grants Development Consultant - Healthcare, Grants Office, LLC

Keith Donahue
Marketing and Corporate Growth, Telerent Leasing Corporation (parent company to TeleHealth Services and Avidex)

Roseanne Cohen
Industry Solutions Marketing, Logitech

One of the enduring impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic is the proliferation of virtual care solutions. While in-person encounters will always be necessary, the pandemic created seismic shifts in healthcare delivery. Everyone now recognizes the value of video-based patient-provider interactions in reducing costs and mitigating the spread of contagions in healthcare settings.

As healthcare providers continue to deal with pandemic-related operating losses due to declining revenues and increased expenses, investing in the infrastructure for telehealth and virtual care services can be challenging. Fortunately, there is a combination of both short-term immediate CARES Act and Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) resources available to help fund your virtual patient care initiatives.

The CARES Act created new funding buckets and provided additional funds to existing grant programs. Each of these have varying deadlines in which the money must be spent. Organizations need to act swiftly to use this funding for technology investments that support the continuity of vital community services and ultimately aids in preparing, preventing the spread, and responding to the challenges faced due to the Coronavirus.

Our goal is to make sure you have all the information you need to identify financing sources, relevant deadlines and maximize your chances of securing stimulus funding for solutions to support your healthcare organization.

Who qualifies for funding?

  • Teaching Hospitals and Medical Schools
  • Non-profit Hospitals and Clinics
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Research Institutions

What types of projects are funded? 

  • Remote patient management
  • Telehealth
  • Patient check-in
  • Assessment/triage
  • Emergency medical response
  • Medication management

Let us help you plan, prepare and respond for better patient outcomes while taking advantage of this special funding.

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