Lessons Learned From Socially-Distanced Healthcare
With its growth accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the adoption of telemedicine represents a new era of modern healthcare. The demand for virtual health services skyrocketed as a means to minimize the spread of the virus. Meanwhile, rapid changes to regulations, legislation, and reimbursement models have made it possible to usher in this innovative age of healthcare at a rapid pace.
As patients and providers alike embrace the expansion of telehealth, much remains to be seen regarding the longterm sustainability, benefits, and costs. Practices will need support from the federal and state governments to maintain its widespread adoption. Yet, it is certain that virtual care will remain a core aspect of the United States healthcare system in the future.
What's covered in this guide?
What to expect from telehealth in the future
Virtual visits are now a significant, legitimate arm of modern healthcare.
Advantages and disadvantages of telehealth
While virtual healthcare has many benefits, there are also some limitations.
Getting paid for telehealth services
Providers can review CMS's list of Medicare telehealth billing codes.
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“With patients becoming accustomed to the level of access telemedicine provides, I don’t think we’re ever going to be able to go back. The box is open,” as predicted by Neurologist, Dr. Jeffrey English.