Keyword: Texas Medical Board
A Texas jury has sentenced an orthopedic surgeon to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 71-year-old female patient, plus more news.
Teladoc has dropped its lawsuit against the Texas Medical Board after it finalized licensing regulations that expanded the use of telehealth.
Texas--the last telehealth holdout--is finally catching up with the rest of the country with a new bill signed by the governor.
Teladoc has received support from the FTC and the Justice Department in its lengthy battle with the Texas Medical Board.
While healthcare systems and vendors lobby to modernize telehealth regulation in Texas, the state’s citizens favor new care models, according to the Texas Association of Business.
State medical boards make it surprisingly easy for doctors accused--or even convicted--of sexually abusing their patients to keep practicing, according to a continuing investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Arkansas and Texas, two states with the “most dated regulatory regimes” for telemedicine, have moved toward modernizing their regulations.