The Affordable Connectivity Program and Equiva ACP Connect
Seamlessly bridge at-risk individuals to care
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a $14.2 billion FCC benefit program designed to help ensure households can afford the broadband and devices they need for healthcare and more.
Equiva partners with healthcare organizations to leverage the ACP. Together, we can help ensure at-risk, under-connected individuals have access to the information, resources and care solutions they need to manage their health more effectively.
We are pleased to provide our Equiva ACP Connect Program to support health systems, hospitals, skilled care facilities, senior living environments, insurers, government agencies and non-profits in their efforts to reduce the digital divide and advance health equity.
While a White House press release indicates that 48 million households – nearly 40% of U.S. households – are eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program, according to the FCC only 14.7 million households have subscribed as of early November.
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What does your organization get from the Equiva ACP Connect Program?
Equiva provides a seamless infrastructure for you to enroll eligible patients or members in the Affordable Connectivity Program quickly and easily — and assure they receive:
*There is a nominal fee for each tablet. Equiva ensures overall program costs are extremely low. Once Equiva ships a tablet, it is the household’s to keep.
Who engages with Equiva for its ACP Connect Program?
The Cancer Support Community is
partnering with Equiva to bring digital support services
and resources to underserved communities.
Who is eligible for the ACP?
We support you in helping patients or members apply for the ACP. Qualified individuals are in households with income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or if they meet at least one of these criteria: