In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many hospitals, clinics and other traditional providers pivoted to delivering services through telemedicine as a means of balancing social distancing and access to care, leveraging waivers and other temporary flexibilities provided by the states and the federal government. In doing so, they encountered significant unmet patient demand for virtual services. Looking toward the post-pandemic era, providers are now questioning what issues they will need to address in order to leverage their prior investments and implement more fulsome telemedicine strategies.
Please join our experienced panel for a discussion of key legal and regulatory issues and developments affecting telemedicine, including:
– Industry trends and collaborations
– Licensure and prescriptive practice requirements
– Reimbursement developments
– Technology and data privacy requirements
– Increased government scrutiny under the fraud and abuse laws
For questions, contact Caroline Wendtat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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