Audio-only telehealth remains common at safety net clinics

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, audio-only telehealth visits for both primary care and mental health services remained common at safety net clinics in California, according to a new RAND Corporation study.


Feds seek to limit telehealth prescriptions for some drugs

The Biden administration moved Friday to require patients see a doctor in person before getting attention deficit disorder medication or addictive painkillers, toughening access to the drugs against the backdrop of a deepening ...


Guidelines for providing remote care to seniors

The COVID-19 pandemic put extraordinary strain on the U.S. health care system, but it also accelerated the adoption of telehealth—especially among older adults, who were the least likely to engage in remote care beforehand.

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