For all the conversations about telehealth adoption, and the oversized role that payer reimbursement and executive short-sightedness play in the support or hindrance of that adoption, telehealth regulations can bring a budding telehealth program to a halt as fast as anything. But more often than not, these forms of regulations are expanding the possibilities for provider organization executive teams to adopt new telehealth service lines, and easing provider and consumer access to these services. Frankly, what was once a trickle is now a steady flow signaling the common use of telehealth technology as a service delivery tool on par . . .
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