05 May Quarterly Newsletter – May
Learn the Latest
Progress and plans are rapidly developing with each of our virtual care initiatives at WISE Healthcare. Continue scrolling to discover what’s already underway.
Recent Developments: COVID-19
We created a website for those who wish to view the latest updates in regards to coronavirus in the Inland Empire. Browse through a series of maps, dashboards, videos, and publications on the site to keep informed.
$300 Million in Virtual Care Funding
Take advantage of over $300 million in recent Virtual Care funding through the The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) two new programs: the COVID-19 Telehealth Program and the Connected Care Pilot Program. We encourage member organizations to apply before the funding runs out.
WISE Healthcare offers assistance and information regarding these programs and the associated applications to healthcare providers interested in using program funding to adopt virtual care technologies such as the eConsult platform.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updates to Telehealth Guidelines
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) modified guidelines regarding telehealth to accommodate the transformation of healthcare delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s never too early to start planning a long-term telehealth strategy for life during and after COVID-19. WISE Healthcare is prepared to support and provide virtual care services through a range of services:
– health information technology
– workflow engineering
– professional services from firstrate, fully-credentialed, and licensed, board-certified specialist physicians through our affiliate, HubMD
– Technologies to better manage patients virtually, such as Afya— a specialist-engineered, AIenabled app allowing smartphone users to quickly, accurately, and conveniently diagnose most medical conditions and reach appropriate care
Keeping Safe, Staying Strong
CEO of WISE Healthcare