Virginia, 9 other states focus on telemedicine legislation
From coverage and reimbursement to physician practice standards and licensure, telemedicine is a top priority issue for state legislatures in 2015, as several states actively work for new guidelines. Ten states, including Virginia, have introduced legislation that will impact the way licensing boards enforce clinical practice standards. These states are Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, West Virginia and Wyoming. In addition, another six states have bills that will require telehealth parity under private insurance – Arkansas, Connecticut, Indiana, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Washington.
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