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Centering on Coronavirus Podcast: The Expansion of Telehealth

Mei Kwong of PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy discusses telehealth policies during and after the COVID-19 crisis on The New Center’s “Centering on Coronavirus” podcast.

  • The New Center
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth has been widely adopted as a means to reduce the burden on overwhelmed health care centers and lower the risk of infections. Even after the crisis ends, telehealth could help ease longstanding problems with health care costs and accessibility, particularly in underserved communities.

Mei Kwong, executive director of PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy discusses telehealth policies on The New Center’s “Centering on Coronavirus” podcast.

Click below to find the transcript of the podcast on The New Center website.

Originally published by The New Center


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