Mass. Community Health Centers Conduct More than 1M Telehealth Visits

Massachusetts Health Centers Surpass One Million Telehealth Visits

Massachusetts FQHC Telehealth Consortium Announces Launch of Phase II of Telemedicine Campaign with More Than $4.7M in Grants

Boston, MA April 21, 2021

The FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) Telehealth Consortium today announces the launch of Phase II of its campaign to greatly increase telemedicine capacity in Massachusetts’s community health centers.

Massachusetts FQHC Telehealth Consortium Awarded $3.1M FCC Grant to Increase Telemedicine Quality and Access in the Commonwealth

Boston, MA February 9, 2021

The Massachusetts FQHC Telehealth Consortium (Consortium), made up of 35 federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), today announced that it has been awarded the only grant given in New England by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to increase telemedicine capacity in community health centers statewide.

Community Care Cooperative (C3) Announces $5 Million Campaign Boosting Telehealth Capacity to Fight COVID-19 via Health Centers

Boston, MA May 28, 2020

Community Care Cooperative (C3), the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) that advances community-based care for MassHealth members through its network of 19 health centers throughout the state, today announced the launch of a $5 million campaign to greatly increase telehealth capacity in community health centers statewide. Telehealth capability is needed in order to better fight the COVID-19 epidemic and better serve health center patients when the pandemic is over.

Community Care Cooperative (C3) Receives Grant to Expand Telehealth Capacity to Fight COVID-19

Boston, MA April 3, 2020

Community Care Cooperative (C3), the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) that advances community-based care for MassHealth members through its network of 19 health centers throughout the state, today announced that it has been named a $1,026,000 grant recipient by the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation to rapidly expand telehealth capacity in community health centers statewide in the next two weeks in order to better fight the COVID-19 epidemic.