President Donald Trump today signed an executive order to make permanent the temporary flexibilities for telehealth allowed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Today I’m taking action to ensure telehealth is here to stay,” Trump said during a news conference. “I signed an executive order to make many of our regulatory reforms permanent.”
Medicare will cover telehealth visits at no additional cost, he said, and copayments can be waived for telehealth services.
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