Groups Appeal To Congressional Leadership For Telehealth Permanency

By Emma Beavins / February 6, 2024 at 1:17 PM
A group of telehealth stakeholders plan to appeal to House and Senate party leaders to extend, or consider making permanent, Medicare telehealth flexibilities before December, when they are set to expire. The letter says that the continuation of COVID-era telehealth waivers is especially important for the 30 million Americans in Medicare and many of the 33 million Americans with high deductible health plans (HDHPs) linked to health savings accounts (HSAs). In addition to the new letter, telehealth stakeholders are lobbying...


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