This Diagnosing Health Care episode focuses on the growing opportunity for providers to integrate telehealth into their practice through a compliant and forward-thinking approach. The episode is hosted by Megan Robertson and features Amy Lerman and Kevin Ryan, all attorneys with Epstein Becker Green.
Here’s a preview of what you’ll hear:
- “Telehealth has proven, very quickly, in the current environment, to be a way that patients can stay safe, health care providers can stay safe.” – Amy Lerman, Member of the Firm
- “Many clients are looking to expand beyond their existing state of operation, or operate in multiple states, and you need to have the appropriate corporate structure in place.” – Kevin Ryan, Member of the Firm
- “There has been this kind of excited surge to jump into offering telehealth. And there’s also a sense of apprehension. I think a compliance program is as important as ever.” – Megan Robertson, Associate
Recent research clearly shows the surge in patient demand and provider implementation of telehealth. Epstein Becker Green’s Telemental Health Laws app is an excellent resource for providers. The following surveys were also referenced in this episode:
- “U.S. Healthcare Needs and Attitudes in the Age of COVID-19,” a COVID-19 Market Pulse published by Sage Growth/Blackbook Research.
- “Americans’ Perceptions of Telehealth in the Era of COVID-19,” a Sykes Survey Report.
- “US Doctors Turn to Telehealth As Covid-19 Limits In-Person Care,” a Bain & Company Snap Chart by Joshua Weisbrod, Michael Brookshire, and Erin Ney, MD.
About the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast
The Diagnosing Health Care podcast series examines the business opportunities and solutions that exist despite the high-stakes legal, policy, and regulatory issues that the health care industry faces.
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