Do States Like Telehealth? – Telehealth Crash Course Webinar Series

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Take a coffee break Tuesdays in September at 2 p.m. ET to join us for a 15-minute webinar covering trending telehealth issues!

We know you are busy and want to stay current on trending telehealth issues that affect your organization. To meet this need, we are offering a “crash course” webinar series. You can pick and choose sessions to attend or sign up for all four 15-minute sessions, depending on your availability and level of interest.  Visit our Crash Course Webinar Series page for an overview.

This week's session:

Do States Like Telehealth?

Tuesday, September 15 – 2:00 – 2:15 p.m. ET
Presenter: René Quashie

Telehealth has gone mainstream. As technology becomes more sophisticated and clinicians find innovative ways to provide services, the various applications of telehealth are taking on new dimensions. The trend toward telehealth is being driven by employers, private insurers, clinicians, and technology companies. The trend notwithstanding, serious legal and regulatory issues remain and will be a barrier to the wider adoption of telehealth. With the significant attention that recent litigation and enforcement activities in certain states have received, many view state laws and policies as the biggest impediment to the wider adoption of telehealth.

In the second installment of EBG’s Telehealth Crash Course series, we will discuss recent legal and regulatory developments in the states related to telehealth and the various initiatives underway to facilitate greater adoption of telehealth. Additionally, we will address issues such as multistate provider licensure, scope of practice, prescribing, and recently introduced state telehealth-related bills.

Participation is complimentary and pre-registration is required.

Have a question on any of these issues? Please email the session speaker or Whitney Krebs, Senior Business Development Coordinator, at [email protected].