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Healthcare Regulation: Virtual Care Goes to Washington

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Becki Hafner-Fogarty

Becki Hafner-Fogarty
SVP for Policy and Strategy
November 9, 2017

Healthcare regulation: It’s a challenging, complex, and fascinating thing. And it becomes even more so when new technologies like virtual care are added to the equation. We all know that technology moves at the speed of light – after all, people are now entering the workforce who never lived in a world without the internet. Regulation, however well-intentioned, just can’t keep up.

Fortunately, telemedicine and virtual care are increasingly on the radar of legislators. After attending a gathering at the Senate Broadband Caucus and the American Telemedicine Association’s EDGE conference, both in Washington D.C., I can confirm there is significant interest in the benefits that virtual care can bring to all healthcare stakeholders: Patients, providers, and payers. Read more.

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