Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation gives $1M to support telehealth

Jannie Delucca

The Harvard Pilgrim Wellness Care Foundation this week donated $1 million to help the Massachusetts-centered Neighborhood Care Cooperative’s marketing campaign to increase telehealth capacities for its network of health centers in the course of the condition.

C3 aims to progress the telehealth expert services obtainable in Massachusetts in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.

C3 will set the cash into the Federally Certified Wellness Center Telehealth Consortium, made up of thirty group health centers in the course of the condition, together with the 19 health centers that comprise C3. 

The marketing campaign has lifted $3.8 million in grants in direction of its $five million goal. 

Earlier donations ended up made by the DentaQuest Partnership for Oral Wellness Progression, the Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation, the Landry Family Foundation, the Klarman Family Foundation, Barbara and Amos Hostetter, the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation.

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