Keyword: Center for Connected Health Policy
Insurers in Texas aren't complying with a telehealth law, and EHR vendor gag clauses limit usability fixes.
Jennifer Breuer, a partner with Drinker Biddle, said the proposed rule is a “game-changer” for telehealth if it's finalized in its current form.
A new law passed earlier this year significantly expanded the use of telemedicine. Here’s a status report on what providers and patients need to know.
Industry stakeholders were pleased to see health IT provisions sprinkled into the spending bill passed early Friday morning, including telehealth expansion.
A group of attorneys general from 21 states and the District of Columbia have filed a petition to stop the FCC's "arbitrary" net neutrality repeal.
Telehealth and health informatics stakeholders reiterated concerns about the FCC's decision that was met with immediate legal challenges.
Although the FCC's Ajit Pai says net neutrality reforms could be boon for telehealth, industry experts argue rural providers will be financially handcuffed.
The OIG plans to review Medicaid telehealth payments to gauge compliance with reimbursement requirements, citing a significant increase in claims.
Despite some progress, state Medicaid policies still vary when it comes to telehealth reimbursement.
Provider and health IT organizations urged CMS to expand a proposal to broaden telehealth coverage and use waivers initiate demonstration projects.