Community health center to use $1.1 million FCC grant for remote patient monitoring
MIDDLETOWN — The Federal Communications Commission recently awarded the Middletown-based company Community health center $1,093,398 to provide remote patient monitoring and video consultations for low-income patients and veterans with complex chronic conditions.
These include hypertension, mental health disorders, obesity, opioid addiction and HIV, according to a press release. The agency intends to use the funds to treat about 15,000 patients in Connecticut.
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