Voice-only telehealth may go away with pandemic rules expiring
That is a common complaint, says Courtney Joslin, a resident fellow at the R Street Institute, a free-market think tank.
“There’s so much uncertainty about what’s going to be made permanent and what’s going back to the way things were,” she says. “Now, a lot of providers and even hospitals are like, ‘Well, should we continue to invest in the infrastructure for this? Is our state going to continue to allow this or not?'”
And that leaves many patients — and their doctors — in limbo.