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Supporting access to telehealth for vulnerable populations

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the nonprofit So Others Might Eat, known as SOME, was rightfully concerned. The community-based organization provides health care and other services to people experiencing poverty and homelessness in the Washington, D.C., area. Stay-at-home orders and efforts to reduce potential exposure to the coronavirus meant limited access to in-person clinics and office visits. SOME wanted to make sure the people it served still had access to care. “We know that the p…

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