Medicare-administered by the CMS will temporarily pay clinicians to provide telehealth services for beneficiaries residing across the entire country.
Final rules require access to health information, spur innovation and aim to end information blocking.
The bill was supported by a coalition of 6 senators and 3 representatives, as well as a number of other industry groups, health systems and tech vendors.
A dozen organizations are asking for approval of the so called "bridge" legislation that would allow providers to use telemedicine during the transition period.
Each physician would already have to be a Medicare approved, but would be able to provide their specialty services to patients within other states.
Missouri Telehealth Network received $1.5M to create the Show-Me Extension for Community Health Outcomes program, offering training for specialized treatments.
The new Invisible Trial System is designed to help chronic pain patients better assess the effect of spinal cord stimulation therapy prior to permanent implant.
As of Sunday, over 2,300 people in the country were under quarantine, some in health care facilities but most at home.
Teladoc noted this is the sixth time in the past four years that the courts have sided with the company in their battle with the Texas Medical Board.
Veterans will no longer be required to travel to a VA facility, and can receive telemedicine treatment from anywhere, including their home or a community center.