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How Have States Relaxed the Telemedicine Requirement of a Good Faith or Appropriate Prior Exam?

Many states are easing the restrictions on using telehealth during COVID including easing licensing requirements and in-person visit requirements.

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Additional State Telehealth Waivers During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Part Three.

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.

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Additional State Telehealth Waivers During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Part Two.

Many states, such as Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, and New York are easing the restrictions on using telehealth serviced during the COVID pandemic.

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Prescribing through Telemedicine Raises Legal Challenges: Learn the Regulatory Terrain

As prescribing through telemedicine raises legal challenges, understanding where telemedicine laws are tough can help you design your telemedicine startup.

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Telemedicine prescribing position softened by North Carolina Medical Board to allow virtual examination and evaluation

Telemedicine laws continue to push forward to keep pace with telehealth market practices. Telehealth legal requirements for prescribing have long been at issue across states. In many cases, [...]