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During COVID, most states waived the requirement that a doctor be licensed in state to provide a telemedicine visit, but these waivers are rapidly expiring. Physicians should be allowed to register as telehealth providers with other states’ medical boards and see patients in the state so long as they are licensed and in good standing in their home state. Telemedicine is especially valuable in mental health treatment and the most vulnerable patients may lose access altogether without the benefit of telehealth. States can preserve access to doctors across the country without imposing the obligation of full licensure on doctors who simply want to serve their patients.


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