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Legal Considerations with Implementing Sustainable Telehealth Programs During the Pandemic and Beyond (08/19/20)

July 22, 2020 Jennifer
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Legal Considerations with Implementing Sustainable Telehealth Programs During the Pandemic and Beyond (08/19/20)
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Legal Considerations with Implementing Sustainable Telehealth Programs During the Pandemic and Beyond (08/19/20)
Jul 22, 2020
Jennifer

In response to COVID-19, the telehealth regulatory landscape at both the state and federal levels has drastically changed as government authorities relaxed many of the legal restrictions affecting telehealth coverage and reimbursement. As a result, telehealth utilization has significantly increased, with both patients and providers taking advantage of this convenient and efficient modality to receive and provide care. Please join us for this webinar as attorneys Jeremy Sherer and Andrea Frey examine the ongoing federal and state-level expansion of telehealth to address the pandemic, how providers can take advantage of these changes, and relevant best practices as well as legal and business considerations, including consent, privacy, fraud and abuse, and licensure, for building sustainable telehealth programs during the pandemic and beyond.

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In response to COVID-19, the telehealth regulatory landscape at both the state and federal levels has drastically changed as government authorities relaxed many of the legal restrictions affecting telehealth coverage and reimbursement. As a result, telehealth utilization has significantly increased, with both patients and providers taking advantage of this convenient and efficient modality to receive and provide care. Please join us for this webinar as attorneys Jeremy Sherer and Andrea Frey examine the ongoing federal and state-level expansion of telehealth to address the pandemic, how providers can take advantage of these changes, and relevant best practices as well as legal and business considerations, including consent, privacy, fraud and abuse, and licensure, for building sustainable telehealth programs during the pandemic and beyond.