By Monica E. Oss Telehealth. Almost everyone agrees it has great potential to improve the outcomes and the savings for health and human service systems (see From Telehealth ‘Pilot To Prediction’). Protectionist lobbying is all too common (see Texas Doc Board Votes To Restrict Telemedicine Visits). Enabling legislation is spotty but growing (see Telehealth Legislation – Filling In The Crazy Quilt). But adoption lags (see The Road To Telehealth Adoption: One Step Forward & One Step Back). So what does this look like on the ground? A recent Associated Press article about the telehealth situation in Idaho, Telehealth Benefit To Idaho’s Rural Mental Health Patients, illustrates the…
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