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Using telehealth to deliver physical therapist services is expanding rapidly, and if you haven't already, you're probably considering it.

Before adopting any telehealth solution, investigate issues such as eligibility under your state's practice act, legal and privacy considerations, payer policy, and liability; explore practice-related implications for the delivery of telehealth services.

(Note: The information provided is offered for general informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended, nor should it be relied upon, as legal advice. Legal doctrines, statutes, and case law vary from state to state. You should consult with your own attorney for specific legal advice on particular legal issues.)

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