Telehealth treatment for addiction was a rare pandemic success. Why is it in jeopardy?
U.S. · SCIENCE · HEALTH
July 29, 20229 min read1717 words
Published: July 29, 2022  |  9 min read1717 words
After Alabama changed its laws this summer, one telehealth provider had to fly doctors into the state to meet patients in person before prescribing. Telemedicine isn’t supposed to take place in person. But that’s the conundrum that one addiction treatment startup confronted this ...
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Jul 30
Interesting article showcasing the silver lining from the pandemic in addiction treatment and everything that might be lost because of new laws.
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