Telebehavioral health regulation was dominated by emergency waivers and fraud enforcement in 2020

This month saw the annual release of Epstein Becker Green’s Telemental Health Laws Survey, a state-by-state review of behavioral telehealth legislation, regulation and policies.

Outside of compiling state-specific information for use by providers and other stakeholders, the firm’s review pulls out top-level trends that characterize the government’s current role in supervising remote behavioral health delivery.

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