In May, Texas became the last state in the U.S. to allow telemedicine visits without face-to-face preliminary meetings between patients and doctors. Telemedicine has been growing in popularity, with more and more health systems offering virtual visits as a way to provide healthcare more conveniently and at a lower cost. But a study earlier this year found that telehealth may not actually save money, and providers have been stymied by limited reimbursement for virtual care. Download the PDF.
Data Points: Providers weigh telemedicine benefits
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