ICYMI: PAVC’s Newest Data Finds “Over 9.5 Million Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries Received Care Via Telehealth in 2021”
Telehealth Programs Remain a Critical Resource for Medicare Patients
In case you missed it, the latest #TelehealthTuesday from the Partnership to Advance Virtual Care (PAVC) highlights the increasing importance of telehealth for Medicare beneficiaries to access and manage their health care.
In this week’s graphic, PAVC shows more than 9.5 million Medicare beneficiaries used telehealth services during 2021 and that these patients participated in two million telehealth visits each month. It will be critical that Congress advance permanent solutions to safeguard access to virtual care for these millions of patients who have come to rely on telehealth.
See this week’s visualization below and get the latest from PAVC’s #TelehealthTuesday HERE.
Learn more about how Congress can act to permanently protect telehealth access HERE.
ABOUT TELEHEALTH ACCESS FOR AMERICA
Telehealth Access for America (TAFA) is a public education campaign supported by leaders in health care committed to better care, expanded patient choice, and protecting access to critical telehealth services. Learn more and take action today at www.telehealthaccessforamerica.org.