Telehealth has advanced from a curious form of clinical communication to a mainstay in the way providers and consumers interact. It has gone from being a side feature of the healthcare system to an expectation.
- Creates value for payers, consumers and providers
- Increased consumer access
- Enhanced reach of healthcare services
- Reduced cost structure
- 24/7 coverage
- Higher customer satisfaction
- Reduced cost Structure
The ATA has released its 2019 State of the States Report: Coverage and Reimbursement, a wide-ranging analysis of telehealth laws and policies across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. This comprehensive, state-by-state analysis includes a review of how patient settings, different technologies, and provider types are treated across the country, as well as detailed information on the unique policies dictating reimbursement and coverage of telehealth services in the U.S.Learn more
Related resources include:
- A Summary of the Report
- The full 2019 State of the States Report (members-only)
- A special ATA Policy Webinar recording discussing the report (members-only)
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ATA’s practice guidelines for telehealth are a critical foundation for the deployment of telehealth services. Grounded in empirical research and clinical experience, practice guidelines are the basis for uniform, quality patient care and safety. Guidelines accelerate the adoption of telehealth by payers, administrators, providers, government agencies, medical societies and other stakeholders.
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