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Wisconsin Issues New (and Improved!) Telemedicine Rules

Following a public hearing last month, the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board approved new rules for the practice of telemedicine.  The rules differ notably from its first set of rules proposed in 2015 and considered at a public hearing in January 2016.  After receiving criticism on its first set of rules, the Board withdrew them for … Continue reading this entry

Four Distinct Federal and State Policies Addressing Prescription Opioid Abuse

The first quarter of 2016 has witnessed a great deal of attention in government to the problem of opioid-related overdose and death in the United States. In just the past few weeks, the Senate passed prescription drug treatment and abuse prevention legislation—the Federal Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), Senate Bill 524—while two states—Massachusetts and … Continue reading this entry

8 Tips for Navigating New Wisconsin Telemedicine Rules

The State of Wisconsin Medical Examining Board recently held a hearing to consider a proposed rule that, if enacted, would provide the first administrative requirements around the use of telemedicine services in Wisconsin. Wisconsin’s current administrative code is silent as to telemedicine practice. Some of the provisions in the proposed rules would impose operational, business, … Continue reading this entry