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Telehealth technology has existed for decades, but its use has surged in Maryland during the coronavirus pandemic as more providers have embraced it and state lawmakers have passed laws boosting access.
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AARP Pennsylvania today encouraged members of the General Assembly and Wolf Administration to reach agreement on legislation that would establish new guidelines for telemedicine services in the Commonwealth.
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Letter sent to Governor Doug Ducey
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As COVID-19 cases increase throughout our state and nation, social distancing guidelines have caused Americans to restructure most of our daily routines. To adhere to social distancing guidelines and shelter-in-place orders, people are largely dependent on internet service through their computers, tablets, or smart phones to connect them with their work, education, and health services. Those who do not have access to adequate internet coverage or other technological resources experience the “digital divide,” which has disparate impacts for low-income and rural Americans.
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AARP Massachusets State Director Mike Festa speaks in favor of An Act To Improve Healthcare By Investing in Value in the State House.
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By Melissa Preddy
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The Pennsylvania House Professional Licensure Committee is currently considering Senate Bill 780, which would offer state residents more options for health care through telemedicine.
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