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There's a billion-dollar fight brewing over whether doctors should be paid for phone calls and video visits. Who wins could determine the future of healthcare

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Doctors are seeing patients over phone and video during the pandemic so they can protect from coronavirus infection while still being able to help patients who are sick.
Policymakers changed rules for telehealth, making more virtual visits possible, and letting doctors get paid.
There's a debate over whether to pay for virtual visits at the same rate as in-person visits. That decision will affect how much people use healthcare.
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