Five organizations awarded telehealth grants in 2015 and 2016 by the Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) report that they plan to seek sustainable ways to continue the project services. Overall, the grantees’ telehealth projects focused on reducing unnecessary hospital utilization, increasing access to timely and appropriate care, and improving patient satisfaction. Telehealth services were provided to patients in a variety of settings, including primary care practices, patient homes, and community centers. Although the grantees tended to underestimate the difficulty of securing funds to sustain and expand the projects. Four of the five said that the outcomes were sufficiently promising that . . .