HomeCare January 25, 2022
Kristin Easterling

WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 25, 2022)—The American Telemedicine Association (ATA), the premier organization working to accelerate the adoption of telehealth, has launched ATA Action, a new affiliated trade organization focused on ensuring individuals have permanent access to telehealth services across the care continuum. ATA Action will work to support the enactment of state and federal telehealth coverage and appropriate payment policies to secure telehealth access for all Americans, including those in rural and underserved communities. The ATA also announced today that Kyle Zebley, vice president, public policy, will also serve as the executive director of ATA Action.

“Now is the time for policymakers to act on telehealth. The ATA is pulling out all the stops to ensure that the policy gains...

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