mHealth Intelligence April 15, 2021
Eric Wicklund

Telehealth adoption has soared during the coronavirus pandemic, and it will be part of the process once the crisis is over. Medical practices need to develop a strategy now that mixes in-person and virtual care.

Healthcare providers have, for the most part, enjoyed success in adopting – and adapting to – telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic. And many are planning for a post-pandemic future that mixes virtual visits with in-person care.

But just because a practice might be Zooming with patients or diagnosing over the phone now doesn’t mean they’ll be able to do the same thing once the public health emergency ends. Many federal and state regulations regarding telehealth access and coverage have been relaxed to help providers adjust...

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