According to Healthcare IT News, telemedicine is set for another big year, driven by the momentum gained during the pandemic.
Legislative action is needed to maintain reimbursement beyond the public health emergency.
The expansion of virtual care addresses challenges such as healthcare demand, cost reduction, and improving patient experience and outcomes.
But at the same time, the pandemic public health emergency is scheduled to end in May, which means action is needed by lawmakers to keep reimbursement going in 2023. There’s lots going on, to say the least.
Michael Gorton is founder and CEO of Recuro Health, a virtual care company that offers Digital Medical Home, which enables members in all 50 states to virtually access comprehensive healthcare services, including virtual primary and urgent care, behavioural health, at-home lab testing, genomics testing, as well as a suite of supplemental benefits.
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