Access via TenderLink.
These grants are designed to provide support for RACFs to facilitate video telehealth consultations between the resident and their primary healthcare providers.
RACFs are allocated $9,000 of grant funding (per RACF site) to spend on equipment or other telehealth needs.
This may include:
• Network boosters
• Telehealth Trolleys
• Equipment set up by IT provider
The application process is simple and can be accessed via TenderLink, and applicants can review grant conditions available there.
Applications close 30 January 2023.
For further information, read the Telehealth Grant Information here, or contact email@example.com
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