“I can’t imagine going back”

In a conversation with STAT last week, CMS Administrator Seema Verma reaffirmed the value patients have found in pandemic-driven telemedicine access. While addressing fraud risk, privacy concerns (made real by Babylon’s brief privacy breach), and reimbursement rates, she emphasized the importance of ensuring these services outlast the pandemic. But it’s hardly smooth sailing for all—hospitals already face an uneasy financial future, and telemedicine doesn’t provide as much revenue as in-person care does.

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