By Monica E. Oss There is an increasing demand for behavioral health services amid the pandemic (see When The Pandemic Ends, Then What? and U.N. Warns Of Global Mental Health Crisis Due To COVID-19 Pandemic). The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services responded by changing the rules for telehealth services (see CMS Expands Access To Telehealth Services During COVID-19, Raises Audio-Only Rates and Medicare COVID-19 Telehealth Rules, Regulations & Rates: An OPEN MINDS Market Intelligence Report). And the U.S. Food and Drug Administration responded by changing the requirements for getting behavioral health apps on the market (see FDA Guidelines Temporarily Expand Access To Low-Risk mHealth & Telemental…
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