Nathaniel Lacktman (@Lacktman), Chair of Foley & Lardner’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team, will host the #TelemedNow Twitter Chat on February 3, 2021 at 8:00pm EST.
The one-hour chat will focus on “Telehealth Policy in 2021: What We Make It.” Moderated by Mr. Lacktman, the chat is hosted by www.telemed-now.org. Join the discussion, share ideas, and participate in shaping the future of healthcare through innovation and technology. Use #TelemedNow during the program.
Participants in the Twitter Chat will discuss the following questions:
Should there be a “single” license or nationwide reciprocity? Why or why not?
What happens to telehealth when the Public Health Emergency waivers end?
In an increasingly digital world, how much does privacy *actually* matter to patients when choosing health services?
Do digital health reimbursement policies influence clinician decision making? How would you make it better?
What’s your top prediction for telehealth policy in 2021?
Wondering what is a Twitter Chat and how to participate? Don’t fret; it’s easy. Think of it as a live news feed with links, content and discussion on “Transforming Healthcare with Telehealth and Technology.” During the chat, you’ll be able to crowdsource ideas and links to articles and resources on the topic, as well as connect with fresh voices and new people. You can tweet ideas and responses, or simply watch the discussion. No need to register, simply join the conversation by signing onto Twitter February 3, 2021 at 8:00pm EST and use the tag #TelemedNow.
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