Telehealth Funding and Grants

Explore available grants, resources, and best practices 

Telehealth Funding & Grant Opportunities

Explore available opportunities to help launch or expand telehealth and remote patient monitoring programs. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated on current and future grant opportunities.


Open Grant Opportunities

Rural Healthcare Coordination Program

The purpose of the Rural Health Care Coordination Program is to promote rural health care services outreach by improving and expanding delivery of health care services through the application of care coordination strategies in rural areas. This program serves as an opportunity for provider organizations to support telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) services and support staffing needs.  

Application Due Date: May 26, 2023

Award Amount: Up to $300,000 per year for 4 years 


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Delta Health Systems Implementation Program

The purpose of the Delta Health Systems Implementation Program is to improve health care delivery in rural areas by implementing projects that will allow for increased access to care in rural communities and will improve the financial sustainability of rural hospitals. These projects focus on financial and operational improvement, quality improvement, telehealth, and workforce development in hospitals in the rural counties and parishes of the Delta region.

Due Date: May 18, 2023

Award Amount: Up to $404,000 for a two-year period (9/30/23 – 9/29/25)


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Funding & Grant Best Practices


Incorporating these 5 best practices will improve your grant process and streamline your efforts when seeking funding from grants and public sources.


Registrations can take several weeks to complete the required confirmations and validations.  Registering in advance will save time and stress when you decide to pursue a federal grant.  If you are already registered, check to ensure that all registrations are up to date and active.

Ensure that registrations (individual and organization) are complete in   and

If you plan to apply for some SAMHSA or any research-related grants, register at  

Invest time in researching the following:

  • Grant opportunities
  • Recent grants awarded
  • Other recent information on funding available for telehealth or RPM
Review trends in what types of funding have been available or will be available soon.

Identify potential projects that would pilot new strategies, expand a successful service or program, or initiate services in a new area or with a new population.  Secure demographics and data to demonstrate a need for this project.  Examples include:

  • Census data
  • Aggregate patient data from your organization
  • Information from Community Health Needs Assessments or other public health assessments
  • Surveys your organizations have conducted.

Research and review similar projects other organizations and communities have implemented including any information available on populations served, strategies utilized, and impact of the project.  

Review the HRS Resource Library for case studies and impact information specific to RPM.

Grant funds are typically given for new projects or ideas, or expansions of existing successful programs.  One of the main questions that will need to be addressed in the proposal is how the organization will continue to support the program once grant funds are all spent.  Invest time and effort to provide a reasonable sustainability strategy in the proposal.  Using a multi-faceted approach with a combination of support strategies is usually a good idea. Some examples include

  • Billing/patient revenue
  • Cost-savings in other areas such as staffing
  • Other operational efficiencies
  • Partnerships that produce cost-savings

How HRS Helps


Over 100 HRS partners launched their telehealth and remote patient monitoring programs with funds received from grants.

These programs are accomplishing many important goals including:

  • Diverting patients from the emergency department
  • Shortening hospital length of stay
  • Decreasing readmissions
  • Screening and monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms
  • Offering access to specialists
  • Reducing the barrier of geography
  • Decreasing total cost of care

HRS partners embraced, and continue to leverage telehealth tools included in the HRS platform such as virtual visits, text and chat features, bluetooth biometric monitoring, symptom surveys, medication reminders, education modules, wound imaging, and more, to achieve the goals outlined above.

Grant and Public Funding, Reimbursement, and Clinical Support


HRS Clinical Services & Reimbursement team helps clients pursue funding, deploy and expand telehealth services, and pursue reimbursement.

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Prioritizing Reimbursement 


Healthcare organizations are embracing remote patient monitoring as a tool to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction. Not only can the quality of patient care be improved but by properly using CMS-approved CPT codes, clinicians can boost their ROI.

HRS boasts a team of reimbursement specialists dedicated to helping our partners receive reimbursement for RPM services. Through CMS, physician group and ACO partnerships, and private pay programs, HRS is helping our partners create a new revenue stream and enhance patient care with telehealth and RPM.

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“Proper billing for telehealth and RPM reimbursement requires precise records for the amount of time spent reviewing patient health data. Through our partnership with HRS, our Client Success Manager is able to pull this information on our behalf and send us detailed reports.”

- Yvette Valentine, Director of Operations, Ohio Living


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