Last but Not Least, Texas Takes the Final Steps to Embrace Telemedicine

By and on July 11, 2017

As one of the last states to retain highly restrictive (and arguably anti-competitive) telemedicine practice standards, health care providers, regulatory boards, technology companies, payors and other stakeholders have been actively monitoring Texas’ approach to telemedicine regulation and the related Teladoc case. Senate Bill 1107, a bill that significantly eases the delivery of care via telemedicine in the state of Texas, was passed on May 18 and signed into law by Governor Abbott on May 30.

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Ryan MarcusRyan Marcus
Ryan B. Marcus maintains a general health care practice. He advises hospitals health systems, and health industry clients on a variety of regulatory and transactional matters, including mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, and joint ventures. Read Ryan Marcus' full bio.


Lisa Schmitz MazurLisa Schmitz Mazur
Lisa Schmitz Mazur advises health care providers and technology companies on a variety of legal, regulatory and compliance matters with a particular focus on digital health topics, including telehealth, telemedicine, mobile health and consumer wellness. Lisa advises a variety of health care providers and technology companies involved in “digital health,” including assisting clients in developing and implementing telemedicine programs by advising on issues related to professional licensure, scope of practice, informed consent, prescribing and reimbursement. Lisa helps clients identify and understand the relevant legal issues, and develop and implement practical, forward-thinking solutions and strategies that meet the complex and still-evolving digital health regulatory landscape.  Read Lisa Schmitz Mazur's full bio.

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