‘Ohana Health Plan and Samsung Donate Smartphone Devices to Healthcare Providers in Hawaii
KAPOLEI, Hawaii, Oct. 12, 2020
Donations make virtual care more accessible in rural and underserved communities
KAPOLEI, Hawaii, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Centene and Samsung Electronics America are working together to expand access to telehealth for individuals and families living in rural and underserved communities. ‘Ohana Health Plan, as part of the Centene family, will be deploying this initiative in Hawaii by supplying local healthcare providers with Samsung Galaxy A10e smartphones to distribute to patients who would not otherwise have access to healthcare services virtually.
As of mid-July, a CDC survey found that 44.4% of respondents reported delaying or not receiving care
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