While telemedicine regulations were quickly amended in the wake of COVID-19, an AHLA panel recently looked ahead to considerations for providers in a post-pandemic world.
Findings from FAIR Health's Monthly Telehealth Regional Tracker show large increase in telehealth claims in the wake of COVID-19.
National Council for Behavioral Health and Nashville-based Qualifacts recently released results of a national survey of behavioral health providers on utilizing virtual technology and care.
Whether it's a hospital struggling to keep enough doctors in their community or a new medical practice trying to find administrative staff or outsourcing solutions to cut costs, today's healthcare workforce environment is creating challenges that are far reaching.
While healthcare faces a lot of unknowns in the coming year, two national experts shared their expectations for 2019 with insights into trends and market forces.
A new Tennessee law will make it easier for area physicians to practice across state lines beginning in 2019 as part of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
A recent Health Care Council program welcomed Teladoc President & CEO Jason Gorevic to Nashville to talk about the potential of telemedicine and how it fits into an integrated care system.
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