The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation this week donated $1 million to support the Massachusetts-based Community Care Cooperative's campaign to increase telehealth capacities for its network of health centers throughout the state. C3 aims to advance the telehealth services available in Massachusetts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In April, attorneys general from 23 states and the City of New York banded together to demand that the USDA suspend rulemaking that would have cut food assistance for 3.1 million people. These essential programs — including SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) — prevent families from going hungry when over 36 million
Community Care Cooperative, an ACO comprised of 19 FQHCs, is using a $1 million grant to expand its telehealth platform to meet demand caused by the Coronavirus pandemic - and to plan a long-term connected health strategy.
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