Q&A: Congress must act before US falls off ‘telehealth cliff,’ expert says

Q&A: Congress must act before US falls off ‘telehealth cliff,’ expert says

In a recent letter to Congress, 430 organizations urged policymakers to preserve access to telehealth services for Medicare beneficiaries and advance permanent telehealth reform.Despite bipartisan support, Kyle Zebley, vice president of public policy at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), which co-led the letter, said in a press release that there is “much uncertainty around the future of telehealth, creating chaos and concern for patients and health care providers alike, as the ‘telehealth cliff’ threatens to abruptly cut off access to care, especially for ourRead More

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