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LTI’s Meet the Team Series: Marian Wilson

We continue our Meet the Team blog series with an introduction to Marian Wilson, a board member of Let’s Talk Interactive who spent more than 30 years working with Bank of America in the human resources division.

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Secure up to $1million from the FCC to fund your telehealth infrastructure

The Universal Service Administration Company (USAC), under the FCC’s oversight, announced they will administer a Round 2 of funding for the COVID-19 Telehealth Program, which promotes the use of telehealth for nonprofit and public eligible HCPs ranging from areas hard-hit by COVID-19, low-income, tribal communities, community hospitals, and more. As cost continues to be a barrier for organizations like these to implement telehealth, this next round of funding is a much-needed way to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.

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Let’s Talk Interactive Brings on Adam McCombs as VP of Engineering

Let’s Talk Interactive, Inc. (LTI), a leader in customizable telehealth solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Adam McCombs as Vice President of Engineering. McCombs, who will also become a stakeholder in the company, will be responsible for growing and expanding the LTI engineering team to support new software platforms that are under development.

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Making Quality Healthcare Accessible

Social distancing as a precaution due to COVID-19 has catalyzed the growth of telehealth. As per McKinsey’s COVID-19 Consumer Survey, consumer adoption [of telehealth] has skyrocketed, from 11 percent of U.S. consumers using telehealth in 2019 to 46 percent of consumers now using telehealth to replace canceled healthcare visits. There were many advocates of telehealth and the efficacy it can bring about in the healthcare sector in the pre-COVID era. However, the lack of providers and access to the internet and technology were hampering its progress. Fortunately, companies like Let’s Talk Interactive (LTI) rose to the challenge of telehealth’s rapid adoption by developing the technology base and network of medical experts for more than two decades.