Telemedicine markets are poised to grow in the wake of the pandemic when people grew accustomed to remote care. Patients and care providers learned that in many cases remote care works well and improves the efficiency of care delivery. Administrators look for legislators to increase funding for telehealth services and infrastructure. It is notable that there is a significant amount of support from both sides of the political aisle for telehealth in the US, and worldwide. Zoom has emerged as a communications tool of choice.
Changes are likely to be adopted worldwide include:
o Allow payment parity for audio-only telehealth services
o Make permanent the ability for patients to be treated at home
o Let rural health clinics (RHCs) serve as care sites
o Let federal health centers (FQHCs) serve as care sites
o Remove originating site and geographical limitations
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