HB 3089 – West Virginia

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020
Link: http://www.wvlegislature.gov/Bill_Status/Bills_history.cfm?input=3089&year=2020&sessiontype=RS&btype=bill

Modifying licensing requirements for the practice of telemedicine and surgery or podiatry. The purpose of this bill is to allow a physician-patient or podiatrist-patient relationship to be established through audio-only communication, unless the physician or podiatrist, in her or her sole discretion and professional judgment, determines that interactive video using store and forward technology, real-time videoconferencing or similar secure video services is necessary to conform to the standard of care; and to enable physicians and podiatrists to practice telemedicine using secure telephonic communication or similar secure real time audio-only communication.

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