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Telehealth resources for health care providers, including doctors, practitioners, and hospital staff.
How to evaluate telehealth vendors and begin offering care through telemedicine.
How to set up and manage a workflow for virtual visits.
How health care providers can improve access to telehealth for all populations.
From scheduling to privacy, learn how to prepare your patients for virtual appointments to ensure their comfort and high quality care.
The federal government has taken action to make telehealth services easier to implement and access during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, reimbursements for telehealth continue to evolve. The federal government, state Medicaid programs, and private insurers have expanded coverage for telehealth.
Read about the legal considerations for providing care through telehealth, including information on privacy and security, informed consent, and liability and malpractice.
Best practice guide for health care providers
Using telehealth technology in the emergency department can increase access to medical specialists and help protect providers and patients.