Kentucky Telehealth Consortium
The Kentucky Telehealth Consortium has saved its members $9 million since its inception in 2015.
If your organization is not taking advantage of the Universal Services Fund subsidy, monthly bills could be cut in HALF for internet and related services*.
To be eligible, organizations must be public or non-profit health care providers in any setting (rural or urban), including:
YOUR ORGANIZATION DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A KHCN MEMBER TO JOIN THE CONSORTIUM!
The subsidy is available by joining the Kentucky Telehealth Consortium, a partnership between the Kentucky Health Center Network and Health Connect Networks/Connections Telehealth Consortium.
* Eligible expenses for the subsidy include broadband connectivity for private network connections, internet connections, edge network equipment (routers, switches, firewalls), network operation centers, and installation and monthly recurring costs for health care, data center, and administrative sites, and primary and backup circuits.