Telehealth consortium wins $25.7m FCC grant

Kazal, Louis
February 2008
New Hampshire Business Review;2/15/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p33
The article reports on the grant won by the New England Telehealth Consortium. It is stated that the Telehealth Consortium received $24.7 million grant as part of a national Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program aimed at increasing up rural telecom health effort. The grant will be used to build an information health-care network throughout New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.


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