In the recently enacted Consolidated Appropriations Act enacted last December, Congress provided $250 million in new funding for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reimburse healthcare providers for expenses they incurred in making the shift to telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act initially provided $200 million for this initiative, which ran out last July. The new infusion of $250 million will allow the FCC to issue new grants to more recipients. The Jewish Federation of North America’s (JFNA) Strategic Health Resource Center shared information about this opportunity with NJHSA members last year and a number of Jewish hospitals, nursing homes, and family agencies received funding under this program. Click here to see the earlier grant recipients. Click here for an overview of the program. JFNA’s Strategic Health Resource Center will alert NJHSA members when the FCC reopens the program to new applicants.