MedCity News May 25, 2023
Katie Adams

It’s clear that services like telehealth and remote patient monitoring have potential to provide value within the healthcare industry, but hospitals and digital health companies need to show payers clearer evidence of the outcomes these care modalities can produce in order to earn reimbursement, panelists argued during MedCity’s INVEST conference.

The pandemic prompted a great need for technology-enabled care delivery, so the regulations surrounding reimbursement for these services were tossed out the window in 2020. Now that the public health emergency has ended, the healthcare industry has to figure out how it is going to pay for digital health services going forward.

It’s clear that services like telehealth and remote patient monitoring have potential to provide value, but hospitals and...

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