By Monica E. Oss The current state of telehealth regulations and legislation is a big jumble, like my aunt’s crazy quilt. You know the kind – where the pattern makes no sense. For telehealth, just a few basics tell the “story”: Currently, only California, Texas, and Vermont have established laws to mandate that both public and private payers cover telehealth services. States with pending legislation to cover public and private payers include Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Iowa, New Jersey, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Washington. Arkansas – As of January 26, 2015, SB 133 was referred to Senate Committee on Public Health, Welfare and…
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