A recent National Institute of Health (NIH) grant will make the most of electronic health records (EHRs), as well as intelligent machine learning, to better diagnose circulatory illnesses. The package in question will bolster access to telehealth and increase its benefits for several years. This is not the only measure proposed to increase funding for necessary care and support for the country’s elderly population. This other measure will widen access to telehealth and widen its benefits for the next few years. Additionally, a third Senate bill is focused on increasing waivers for acute hospital-at-home care. This article reviews some of these potential measures to support the elderly in our country.
Increase Funding for Covid-19 Testing and Vaccination
The National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease recently awarded almost a million dollars to a part of Illinois to lower barriers associated with testing and vaccinating for COVID-19. This funding will aid an effort run by various academics throughout the country designed to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. The project leader academic intends to speak to a group of people who reside in East St. Louis in Illinois. This meeting will primarily be a face-to-face method of learning common reasons why people hesitate to get a vaccination or fail to follow government suggestions regarding Covid-19 precautions.