50-State Survey of Telehealth Insurance Laws

Telemedicine and digital health technology continues to gain broad adoption among patients and healthcare professionals alike, with more organizations implementing and expanding robust virtual care services either as standalone programs or as a supplement to traditional in-person offerings. When Foley & Lardner’s first nationwide telemedicine and digital health survey was published in 2014, our findings revealed that one of the most significant barriers to telehealth adoption was limited or uncertain coverage and reimbursement. A decade later, significant progress has been made – both legislative and technological – to advance the widespread use of virtual care services across the United States. Download to read the full report

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