Health care's future: telehealth, payment models and more

August 11, 2020
Chris Mazzolini

Chris Mazzolini is the editorial director of Medical Economics

The COVID-19 pandemic will have an unprecedented effect on the U.S. heath care system.

COVID-19 is reshaping the U.S. healthcare system. Regulations are loosened, telehealth is on the rise and new payment models are being envisioned and planned.

So what do physicians need to know about this quickly shifting landscape?

My guest today is Chris DeMeo, a partner with the law firm Seyfarth. DeMeo is the co-author of a new, comprehensive report titled The Future of Health Care in the US: What A Post-Pandemic Health Care System Could Look Like. We sat down for a wide-ranging discussion about planning for this uncertain future.

The COVID-19 pandemic will have an unprecedented effect on the U.S. heath care system. Chris DeMeo, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, discusses what physicians need to know about the future of health care regulation, telehealth and new payment models.

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