Realizing the Promise of Telehealth: Understanding the Legal and Regulatory Challenges

As telehealth increasingly becomes an integral component of our health care delivery system, and patients become more accustomed to its convenience, hospitals, health systems and other providers will seek new ways to use the rapidly evolving technology in diverse and innovative ways.

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