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Bills to Avoid ‘Telehealth Cliff’ Delayed by Higher Priorities

Bloomberg Law

15 Oct 2021

Kate Driscoll spoke to Bloomberg Law about lawmakers pushing to end relaxed telehealth rules for Medicare and Medicaid when the COVID-19 public health emergency is over.

According to Kate, telehealth can increase the risk of fraudulent behavior. Providers can “see a lot of patients on a large scale in various locations in a much shorter period of time than in-person visits,” Kate said. “The numbers or instances of fraud can be on a much larger scale than in-person visits.”

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