The Health Resources and Services Administration today awarded $19 million in grants through five programs to expand access to telehealth services in rural and underserved communities. 

“Telehealth expands access to care and is a vital tool for improving health equity by providing timely clinical assessment and treatment for our most vulnerable populations,” said HRSA Acting Administrator Diana Espinosa. “This funding will help drive the innovation necessary to build clinical networks, educational opportunities, and trusted resources to further advance telehealth.”
 

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