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Here is how execs from Oscar Health, Intermountain and Cerner say the telehealth boom will change healthcare
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of telehealth and there is a general consensus, including from White House leaders, that virtual care is here to stay. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration has opened up access to telehealth with sweeping—but temporary—changes to reimbursement policies. “Rather than just wholesale transformation, we have experienced an acceleration around transformations that were already underway,” said Ryan Smith, chief information officer, Intermountain Healthcare, during a virtual event hosted by media company Protocol.