In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) issued grants to qualified Management Services Organizations (MSO) to promote the adoption of telehealth. Zane Networks was awarded one of these grants. The purpose of this grant is to diffuse telehealth in practices statewide with an emphasis on workflow redesign that supports the use of telehealth technology to meet the increased need for virtual patient visits. Maryland practices are eligible for this coaching service, which is available free of charge to practices.  Subject to availability of funds, each practice may receive a  one time $500 rebate to offset the administrative investment for adopting telehealth.  To qualify for the rebate, the practice must use the services of an MSO under this grant to adopt telehealth, complete a satisfaction survey and bill for three telehealth visits. For more information, please visit the MHCC website.

 

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