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Telehealth: Health care from the safety of our homes.

During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, we don’t have to choose between medical care and social distancing. When patients can get health care through telehealth — and doctors can provide it — we protect ourselves and our communities.

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Learn more about telehealth

For patients

Find out what telehealth is, what you’ll need (not much!), and what to expect from a visit. You can also check out our tips on finding telehealth options.

See more on the patients page

For providers

Get information to help you integrate telehealth and get up to speed on recent COVID-19 changes to policies and billing and reimbursement.

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