Telemedicine in Pennsylvania: Laws and Regulations

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/14/20 9:07 AM

As stated on the official Pennsylvania Government’s site: “Currently, no Pennsylvania law prohibits the practice of telemedicine.” That about sums up PA laws about telemedicine. While other states are working towards improving their telehealth and telemedicine legislation, Pennsylvania is struggling to get any corresponding law enacted.

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Telemedicine Arkansas: State Laws and Policies

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/13/20 9:03 AM

Arkansas officials were among the first in the States to recognize the benefits of telemedicine. By signing the telemedicine parity law in 2015, they paved the way for the development of the practice and made it easier for the providers to offer their services to a wider range of patients.

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Ohio Telemedicine: Laws, Rules, Regulations, and Policies

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/12/20 9:00 AM

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Benefits of Telehealth — How Telecommunications Transform Modern Healthcare

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/12/20 6:45 AM

Technology has transformed our lives in more ways than one. We rely on the Internet for instant entertainment, shopping for goods and services without leaving the house, and staying in touch with friends and family all over the globe. 

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Telemedicine in Illinois: A Breakdown of Illinois Telemedicine Laws and Regulations

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/11/20 8:56 AM

You won’t find much about telemedicine in the Illinois Statutes. The Telehealth Act boils down to a broad definition of the term and a list of providers that can practice telehealth. Another section of the Statutes provides guidance on insurance coverage, and that’s about it.

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Telemedicine Software–A Guide for Practitioners

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/11/20 6:45 AM

Telemedicine is the fastest-growing part of the healthcare industry. When choosing a healthcare provider, most patients opt for practices that offer telehealth services. Many practitioners all over the world are looking for ways to establish a telemedicine practice or incorporate remote care into their existing businesses.

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Telemedicine in California

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/10/20 8:52 AM

California is a state with a long history of supporting telemedicine and telehealth as legitimate ways to deliver medical care to patients remotely. The adoption of telemedicine in California was born out of necessity. 

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How Telemedicine Is Changing Healthcare — Effective Uses and Telemedicine Examples

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/10/20 6:41 AM

Telemedicine is rapidly changing the way in which modern healthcare is delivered. Through the use of advanced teleconferencing, telecommunications technology, and remote patient monitoring, healthcare providers can deliver medical care to patients anywhere, regardless of the distance. 

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Telemedicine Pros and Cons — The Biggest Advantages of Remote Healthcare

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/10/20 6:36 AM

Telemedicine has garnered a lot of attention during the COVID-19 emergency. Leveraging modern technology to deliver healthcare services remotely has proven to be a much-needed alternative to in-person doctor’s appointments. 

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Telemedicine Colorado: Laws and Policies

Posted by Michael Hsu on 6/9/20 8:47 AM

The turning point for telemedicine in Colorado came in 2017. The state officials passed the complete parity law obliging private payers, employee health plan users, and Medicaid beneficiaries to cover for remote care services in the same way they do for in-person treatment. The new law lifted the location restrictions and other limitations, allowing access to telehealth services to all Centennial State residents.

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