Tag Archives: Telehealth

Telehealth and the law: What hospital executives should know about kickback and false claims rules

Want to connect with your physician but unable to drive? Feeling immobile or isolated in a remote rural location? The emergence of telehealth has given rise to the possibility of connecting with healthcare providers remotely, but there’s one snag for those who wish to offer it as a service: the law. At the federal level,… Read More »

How providers in South Carolina and Texas are overcoming telehealth obstacles

David McSwain, Julie Hall-Barrow, will speak at HIMSS19. The use of telehealth is growing as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services continues to expand reimbursement for its use. But there are still some under-recognized challenges to telehealth adoption, according to Dr. David McSwain, chief medical information officer of the Medical University of South Carolina.… Read More »