Health Affairs July 5, 2022

But in response to COVID-19’s disruption of in-person care, all 50 states and Washington, DC issued temporary waivers that allowed clinicians to administer telehealth care to patients who live in a different state than their provider.
 
Juan Andino from the University of Michigan joins A Health Podyssey to discuss how interstate telehealth use changed in the face of COVID-19.
 
Andino and colleagues published a paper in the June...

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