Milwaukee Public Radio Interviews Lacktman about Telemedicine Growth

21 November 2017 WUWM-FM (Milwaukee Public Radio) News

Partner Nate Lacktman was interviewed for a Milwaukee Public Radio story, “Growing Number of Milwaukee Patients Seeing Doctors Via Video,” about the change in perception of telemedicine over the past 15 years.

Lacktman said, “I think that what we've seen over the last three- to five- years in particular is a significant growth of comfort and acclimation that physician, patients and ultimately federal and state regulators have gained in regard to delivering health care services via telemedicine technologies. Certainly 10, 15 years ago many boards of medicine were reluctant. Now it's allowed, you can practice telemedicine in every state.”

Related Services


A Review of Recent Whistleblower Developments
19 July 2019
Legal News: Whistleblower Developments
Blockchain: A Tool With a Future in Healthcare
18 July 2019
Health Care Law Today
Do You Know What IMMEX Stands For?
16 July 2019
Dashboard Insights
Does The U.S. Need STRONGER Patents?
16 July 2019
PTAB Trial Insights
Review of 2020 Medicare Changes for Telehealth
11 December 2019
Member Call
2019 NDI Executive Exchange
14-15 November 2019
Chicago, IL
MAGI’s Clinical Research Conference
29 October 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Association for Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting 2019
27-30 October 2019
Phoenix, AZ