Interstate Telehealth Licensure Improved Access to Care During Pandemic 

During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, states moved to temporarily allow health care providers licensed in other states to practice in their own jurisdictions with the goal of addressing staffing shortages and increasing access to telehealth. Many in the managed care industry have hoped that these short-term reforms would become permanent, with the goal of cutting costs and preserving telehealth access, but health policy experts are just beginning to make sense of the impact interstate licensure had during the early pandemic. 

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Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson

Peter has been a reporter for nearly a decade. Before joining AIS Health, Peter covered a wide variety of topics in his hometown of Seattle, where he continues to live. Peter’s work has appeared in publications including The Atlantic and The Stranger. Peter attended Colby College.

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