Rural-health-care-program meaning

In the United States, a program administered by the Rural Health Care Corporation (RHC) to subsidize telecommunications and Internet service for eligible rural health care providers in high-cost areas. The Rural Health Care Program is one of four programs established by the Telecommunications Act of 1996, supported by the Universal Service Fund (USF), and administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC). See also RBOC, Telecommunications Act of 1996, USAC, and USF.
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