MedCity News April 15, 2021
Dr. Kishlay Anand

As telehealth becomes mainstream, seniors will be forced to adapt – but we as healthcare providers have a duty to make this process as seamless as possible, so one of our most vulnerable populations does not get left behind.

Telemedicine and virtual care are no longer optional for healthcare practices. Covid-19 catapulted virtual care from an ancillary service to a staple of modern healthcare and has shown to be a positive addition for all parties involved.

In fact, Deloitte predicted Medicare Advantage plans that don’t embrace telehealth “will get left behind.” The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has already made several important updates in the last year to incorporate billing codes and necessary changes to ensure telehealth services...

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