Register for the Fall 2022 Telehealth Policy Webinar Series

Join PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy’s two-part Fall webinar series to learn about varying state practice requirements related to delivering care over telehealth and federal policies related to telehealth, with a focus on the eclipsing pandemic policies.

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Join PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy’s Fall 2022 two-part Webinar series on Friday, October 21, and Friday, October 28 to explore the topics of the evolving state practice requirements related to telehealth and the pandemic policies that are coming to an end.

Session 1: Telehealth and Practicing Across State Lines

Friday, October 21, 2022 | 11 AM – 12 PM PT

While telehealth may eliminate issues such as distance barriers, providers still face a number of policies that they will have to navigate as they provide services across state lines. Join this webinar to hear a panel of expert speakers discuss various issues that providers should be aware of when they provide services in another state.


  • Kimberly Horvath, JD: Senior Attorney, American Medical Association
  • Jeremy Sherer, JD: Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC
  • Kathy Wibberly, PhD: Director, Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center
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Session 2: Federal Policy and Telehealth: What to be Aware of Going Forward

Friday, October 28, 2022 | 11 AM – 12PM PT

As federal pandemic policies come to an end, join this webinar to learn about what the federal telehealth policy landscape will look like going forward. Tune in to examine the various issues that policymakers will face as we move towards more permanent policy for telehealth on the federal level.


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