Telehealth Policy Barriers Factsheet
Are you thinking of offering a telemedicine option but wary of potential pitfalls for your practice? The Center for Connected Health Policy has recently published a fact sheet on Telehealth Policy Barriers that will help address any legal or logistical requirements in conducting remote patient care.
This informative document covers topics such as reimbursement, malpractice, licensing and prescribing, among others. Even if your practice already has a telemedicine program, this fact sheet can help make sure that you have covered all your bases. Use this material as a guide in navigating obstacles that you might already have come across or face as you expand your virtual practice.
Check out the fact sheet below. For questions about how SimpleVisit can help you set up a telemedicine program, call us at 877.838.4748.
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