Healthcare providers are actively pursuing telemedicine advancements despite reimbursement and regulatory challenges, according to a new survey of senior healthcare executives released by law firm Foley & Lardner.
The reimbursement landscape is already changing, and there are many viable options for getting compensated for practicing telemedicine, said Larry Vernaglia, chair of Foleys Health Care Practice. The smartest thing organizations can do now is to continue developing programs, and be ready for the law to catch upbecause it will.
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