19 Telehealth Trends for 2019

With healthcare consumerism on the rise, more and more practices are adopting telehealth experiences as they look to bring immediacy to the care experience. In fact, according to a recent survey, 76% of providers surveyed said they offer or plan to offer telehealth services. Even the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has recognized telehealth’s grasp on patient care as they recently finalized a rule that will change the way patients and physicians interact, enabling even more widespread use of these alternative communication options.

As laws, regulations, and practice standards concerning telehealth continue to evolve, join Rhinogram for a timely webinar tomorrow, January 30 as guest speaker Emily H. Wein, Healthcare Regulatory Attorney for Foley & Lardner LLP, discusses 19 Telehealth Trends for 2019.

During the webinar, attendees will gain valuable insight into key trends impacting the telehealth industry as they look to navigate the continuously evolving healthcare ecosystem. Topics to be disused will include:

  • Changes to the doctor-patient relationship requirements
  • Forthcoming changes for telemedicine prescribing standards
  • The impact of new billing codes
  • Expanding commercial insurance laws

About Emily H. Wein:

Emily H. Wein is of counsel and a health care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Emily focuses her practice on telehealth matters and advises clients on regulatory compliance, reimbursement policies, remote prescribing, and other operational considerations in this space. She also counsels clients on Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, Stark and Anti-Kickback Law compliance, and HIPAA privacy issues in both telehealth and other areas of health care regulatory law. Emily is a member of the Health Care Industry Team.

Emily has extensive experience counseling health care institutions on telehealth, digital health, and health innovation with a focus on developing business strategy, compliance programs, and other corporate matters. Emily also advises early-stage health care technology companies, including those with innovative approaches to women’s health and general remote wellness services.

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