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The Biden administration announced the end of the Public Health Emergency on May 11. Are you ready for the changes on May 12th? Matt McBride, President & Co-founder of Mend, takes us through key policy changes relating to Telehealth that were just passed in the $1.7 trillion dollar omnibus bill. He’ll also discuss several clarifications the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) made regarding telemedicine policy and a new prescribing rule via Telehealth the DEA has proposed. Watch now to stay informed!

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    Center for Connected Health Policy

    What is the role of the Center for Connected Health Policy in promoting the use of telehealth and remote patient monitoring technologies?

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    Recent changes in Washington

    What are the recent changes in Washington's policies or regulations that have significant implications for healthcare providers and patients?

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    Permanent telemedicine policy

    What are the key considerations that healthcare organizations need to take into account when implementing a permanent telemedicine policy?

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    Temporary telemedicine policy

    What is the purpose of the temporary telemedicine policy?

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Matt McBride
President & Co-founder

Matt and 3 best friends founded Mend in 2014 to help reimagine patient and provider experiences. Mend is one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. with a #1 rated telemedicine software platform. Mend also offers a complete patient engagement solution that seamlessly spans both virtual and in-person appointments creating a complete patient communication solution for health organizations.

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