Many states are easing the restrictions on using telehealth during COVID including easing licensing requirements and in-person visit requirements.
Many states, such as Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, and North Carolina, are easing the restrictions on using telehealth serviced during the COVID pandemic.
Many states, such as Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, and New York are easing the restrictions on using telehealth serviced during the COVID pandemic.
The current status of rules and regulations for telehealth services, mHealth regulations, cross-state licensing, online prescriptions, and informed consent
The current status of rules and regulations for telehealth services including Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement requirement, credentials and privileges, and what services are not considered [...]
The Department of Health and Human Services has created a list of frequently asked questions and answers about using telehealth during the COVID-19 emergency
In response to the public health emergency created by the novel coronavirus, various agencies such as the DHHS and FTC are announcing new compliance rules.
The first step in evaluating how laws impact veterinary medicine is to understand what telemedicine means. Telemedicine during veterinary practice (also known as tele-veterinary practice) can [...]