Air Quality Sensors

Air Quality Sensors

Air Quality Sensors Sign up for more info Air Quality Sensors What: KC Digital Drive, working with a group of community partners, is putting up an array of sensors across Kansas City that will be used to measure air quality microclimates and detect pollution sources. ...
Continuing Legal Education webinar highlights the roles of technology and innovation in the more just and equitable provision of legal services

Continuing Legal Education webinar highlights the roles of technology and innovation in the more just and equitable provision of legal services

The UMKC School of Law, KC Legal Hackers and KC Digital Drive collaborated to organize and host a continuing legal education (CLE). This webinar was part of the 2020 Legal Tech Speaker Series, sponsored by Denton’s, Spencer Fane and Husch Blackwell. The focus of the...

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KC Digital Drive one of four nonprofit recipients of Kansas Digital Equity and Inclusion Collaborative grant through Kansas Health Foundation

On July 13, 2021, the Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) announced the four nonprofit recipients of its Kansas Digital Equity and Inclusion Collaborative grant. KC Digital Drive (KCDD) is one of the four recipients, all receiving a 3-year, $250,000 award. The “initiative will support multi-sector community collaboratives to develop and advocate for policies, programs and services […]

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Excelsior Springs Hospital, early receiver of a large FCC COVID-19 emergency grant for innovative telehealth response

In April 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a $200 million plan to provide telehealth funding to hospitals, many of which were scrambling to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the CARES Act, the FCC set aside the funds for provider organizations who could apply for telehealth-related assistance.  Excelsior Springs Hospital located […]

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The Heartland Telehealth Resource Center increases public education and provides technical assistance to telehealth providers and patients in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma

The Heartland Telehealth Resource Center (HTRC) is one of 12 regional and two national telehealth resource centers committed to implementing telehealth programs for rural and underserved communities. These centers are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Health Resources and Services Administration.  The HTRC provides assistance free of charge to […]

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