The Best Resource in Telehealth

As we continue to work with clients across the country, the SimpleVisit team recognizes that telehealth is regulated differently for each state.  Navigating the different legislative and reimbursement demands of each state can be a massive burden for providers; so it is our privilege to share this free resource from the American Telemedicine Association:

State Telemedicine Gaps Analysys - state telehealth regulations

This state by state breakdown evaluates legislative protocol plus an analysis of private and public reimbursement. This overview can be a helpful tool as you introduce your practice to telemedicine.

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Questions about state telehealth regulations? Contact our team at 877-83-VISIT for tips on seamlessly adding a telemedicine option for your patients within regulation.

 

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