Proposed NJ law spells out rules on telemedicine

From NJ1015:

In today’s digital age, seeing a doctor via video conference doesn’t sound so outrageous.

A bill advancing in Trenton aims to change that, creating a definition for the practice that spells out who’s eligible to participate, which technology can be used and how the cost of services would be covered.It already exists in the Garden State, but New Jersey is on a very short list of states without regulations specifically addressing the field of telemedicine — the virtual interaction between patient and doctor.

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