As stakeholders in the hospice space call on the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to permanently extend temporary telehealth flexibilities following the COVID-19 national emergency, hospice providers are increasingly looking ahead to potential long-term impacts. Hospice organizations have much to consider as the future of telehealth post-COVID drives rising demand for virtual patient care.
Telehealth has become common practice as hospice providers work to protect staff, care teams and vulnerable patients during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Various challenges have come into play as organizations implement new virtual care capabilities to remain connected to patients and families amid
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