Avoiding the Telehealth Cliff: Managing Risk in Virtual Care
In the public health emergency of the last two years, state and federal regulators pressed pause on stringent laws that regulate remote care delivery. Telehealth use soared. It was a big shift for providers, but they adapted with new models for remote care, and patients have come to expect it, citing convenience and greater accessibility.
Some states are now rewinding to prepandemic regulations; others are crafting new approaches to keep offering it. But what federal regulations will look like is a mystery, making it difficult for providers to adopt a long-term telehealth strategy. This is particularly true for healthcare organizations that operate in more than one state.
In this webinar, you’ll learn from policy experts and practitioners:
- Which state and federal policies have had the biggest impact on care delivery
- How legislators are trying to balance patient rights with the need for access
- Steps you can take now to develop a sustainable and compliant telehealth strategy