Palmetto Care Connections is excited to announce the 10th Annual Telehealth Summit of SC will be held at the Charleston Gaillard Center on November 9-10, 2022, in Charleston, SC. Sponsorship opportunities, Call for Presentations and Posters, and more details coming soon!
As the leader of the South Carolina Broadband Consortium, PCC helps health care providers receive broadband savings through the FCC’s Healthcare Connect Fund Program by assisting them with the internet service provider bidding process and filing the appropriate information, invoices and supporting documentation to the Universal Service Administration Company (USAC).
The Center for Connected Health Policy has released a new updated telehealth billing guide as a follow up to its 2021 billing guide to provide a helpful tool for healthcare entities trying to navigate the complexities of billing for telehealth and virtually delivered services.
The COVID-19 pandemic opened the eyes of many to the digital and health inequities in rural and underserved communities. This gave PCC the opportunity to launch Palmetto Connect, a digital inclusion program for South Carolinians.
Digital Inclusion Expansion in Bamberg County
PCC trained 19 Bamberg County residents this week who are now chromebook-ready! All participants received six hours of Palmetto Connect’s Beginner Training Curriculum. Many of them are excited about using the internet, email, telehealth (virtual health care), Zoom, and more!
Your patient may qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). The ACP provides a discount of up to a $30 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for qualifying households on qualifying Tribal lands. Affordable Connectivity Program enrollment opened on December 31, 2021.