It’s now been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared a public health emergency, ushering in monumental changes for telehealth regulation. If you’ve been following Health Law Scan, we hope our updates have provided some clarity to the everchanging regulatory healthcare framework and the legal issues that can vary across payers, across states, and even across countries.
As we move closer toward the end of the pandemic, our Morgan Lewis healthcare industry team continues to bring you the latest updates in the world of telehealth legal issues – from new regulations and legislation to enforcement actions and important changes in the telehealth landscape. Catch up with some of our top posts chronicling the major telehealth changes that occurred in the last year:
- Tele-Tuesday: OIG Clarifies Stance on Telehealth Fraud Scrutiny
- Tele-Tuesday: Congress’s Coronavirus Bill Includes Major Telehealth Changes
- HHS and States Relax Telehealth Licensing Rules for Healthcare Professionals Amid COVID-19 Emergency
- CMS Issues Program Instructions for Medicare Telehealth Waiver
- Coronavirus Update: Telehealth Licensure Waivers for Healthcare Professionals
- HHS to Exercise Enforcement Discretion in Response to CMS Telehealth Waiver
- CMS Implements Massive Rule Change to Bolster Telehealth Amid COVID-19: What Providers Need to Know to Serve Their Patients
- CMS Issues Sweeping Telehealth Interim Final Rule in Response to COVID-19 Crisis
- FCC Launches COVID-19 Telehealth Program and Connected Care Pilot Program
- LawFlash: FCC Launches COVID-19 Telehealth Program and Connect Care Pilot Program
- Telehealth Use Surges Around the World Amid COVID-19
- COVID-19 Brings Surge in Telehealth Use Around the World
- Tele-Tuesday: Executive Order Signals Increased Support for Telehealth Expansion
- Tele-Tuesday: DOJ National Healthcare Fraud Takedown Targets Telehealth – But Should DOJ’s Focus Be Elsewhere?