How to make telemedicine permanent in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

By MacKay Jimeson and Kirsten Axelsen

June 1, 2020

Over the last decade, health systems have slowly but surely begun to launch telemedicine services. 

Then the novel coronavirus pandemic hit. In just a matter of months, primary care physicians and specialty practitioners were forced to adopt remote health services — to ensure patients still have access to care while practicing social distancing. 

Today, all signs indicate that telemedicine is here to stay if federal and state government make old obstacles obsolete.

See the rest of the article at the American Enterprise Institute’s Blog.