The Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure voted Thursday to withdraw a proposed regulation that would have put a serious crimp on out-of-state telemedicine companies operating in the Magnolia State.
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Mississippi emerges as a leader in telemedicine
Mississippi scored a “B” on the American Telemedicine Association’s new report card for state reimbursement policy. The state actually dropped from an “A” last year due to changes in Medicaid policy, but is still considered a pace-setter in telemedicine. As we reported in February, Mississippi ” has emerged as a leader in policy and implementation of telehealth that can help address major barriers of access in the rural state.”