Once a nice-to-have, telehealth has become a must-have for most healthcare providers. In the wake of the pandemic, the federal government expanded reimbursement, added provider types, enabled the use of more modalities, relaxed rules for cross-state licensing, and eased penalties for HIPAA noncompliance. As a result, telehealth has become more broadly accepted by patients, clinicians, and administrators.
Yet, for most providers, telehealth resembles a patchwork of point products to meet an immediate need. What’s needed now is a way to consolidate multiple telehealth products into an integrated, scalable telehealth platform.
And with significant pools of grant monies now available, the time for building, expanding, and optimizing your telehealth presence is now.