The Federal Communications Commission Friday adopted a notice proposing changes to the Rural Health Care Program, which provides funding to help rural health care providers expand telehealth services. Among other changes, the agency seeks comments for 60 days on proposed reforms intended to improve the accuracy of urban and rural rates, funding cap rules and invoicing for the program.

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