Before the pandemic, Medicare only paid for telehealth services...
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During #COVID19, @Medicaregov waived some of its restrictions on use of #telehealth services. This may have given patients greater access to care, but there are concerns about patient privacy & the quality of care they received. Learn more: https://t.co/msJn8wzxjO pic.twitter.com/kVJMoi0To1— U.S. GAO (@USGAO) September 26, 2022
Medicare Telehealth: Actions Needed to Strengthen Oversight and Help Providers Educate Patients on Privacy and Security Risks https://t.co/LsjLKL4XpS— U.S. GAO (@USGAO) September 26, 2022
Today is #NationalPublicLandsDay—traditionally the largest single-day volunteer effort aimed to promote environmental stewardship. There are roughly 650 million acres of public lands in the U.S.! We’ve looked at ways to improve federal land management:https://t.co/pLRhS9so8Q pic.twitter.com/FeXGs5lGOO— U.S. GAO (@USGAO) September 24, 2022