FCC's COVID-19 Telehealth Program
As part of Coronavirus Aid and the CARES Act, the FCC has earmarked $200 Million to support organizations in offering connected care services to their patient populations, effective immediately.
According to our research, your organization is eligible to apply
The FCC defines connected care services as telehealth delivering "remote medical, diagnostic, patient-centered, and treatment-related services directly to patients outside of traditional brick-and-mortar medical facilities — including to patients in their homes, rather than at a health care provider’s physical location.”
This qualifies Pacify’s telehealth solution - a mobile app that provides unlimited, video-enabled access to a nationwide network of maternal and pediatric experts. Available for consultation 24/7, our providers deliver instantaneous support, right from a smartphone or tablet - no appointments, no waiting.
If you want to provide unlimited virtual support to your patients at no cost, click below to schedule a demo call.
We make it easy to apply for this vital support!
- Contact us and our team will help you identify value opportunities in your organization for Pacify.
- We'll help you fill out the FCC COVID-19 Telehealth Application and submit to qualify.
- Once your submission has been approved, we can implement Pacify for your patient population in 2 days!
See how Pacify is providing emergency COVID-19 relief for Philadelphia!
Pacify has partnered with the City of Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Philadelphia’s five major birthing hospitals as an emergency measure during COVID-19. The partnership gives all new parents unlimited access to 24/7 tele-lactation support:
- Free breastfeeding support for over 5,000 new Philly moms
- Easy access to the app
- 286 enrollments in the first three weeks
- 4.8/5 average star rating
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Bring Pacify to your community today!
Please fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to answer all your questions about applying for FCC telehealth support and getting started with Pacify.
You can also email Lindsey directly at [email protected].
See below for more information about Pacify and coverage on our Philadelphia partnership:
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and “shelter-in-place” orders have made parenting more complicated than ever, raising concerns for new parents about how to keep their babies healthy, fed, and safe. Pacify’s maternal and pediatric experts are bridging the gap, providing critical care with immediate, around-the-clock, video-enabled lactation support in the comfort and safety of home.
“If a mother doesn’t get the lactation help she needs immediately, she may lose her milk supply. At a time when they can’t come in to see their doctors, we provide the support new moms and dads need to make sure breastfeeding continues.”
Providing unparalleled support for new parents
To connect with an expert
No appointment needed
Average user rating
To implement program
"This is possibly our first lesson in parenting that things are not going to go the way we planned them. I think that this app that the city has made available is a great way to get that support and help.
It was extremely easy to use. I was able to use it in my yoga pants from my own living room...I had a lactation consultant available within a couple of minutes. Really really easy and intuitive."
Serving new parents nationwide!
Pacify is partnered with Departments of Health in Philadelphia, Dallas, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C.