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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