By Monica E. Oss One of the questions that came up in every session at the recent 2021 OPEN MINDS Technology & Analytics Institute was—what was going to happen to the Medicare telehealth rules when the pandemic public health emergency ends? The consensus—no one knew for sure. Joseph Kvedar, M.D., one of the institute keynote speakers and president of the American Telehealth Association, said that he thought that for Medicare, the public health emergency would be extended for a year or two more—but the situation was unclear beyond that. In the closing of his session, The Evolving Digital First Health Care Landscape For The…
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