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Remote ICU Sues Due to the Telehealth Restriction Press "Enter" to skip to content

Remote ICU Sues Due to the Telehealth Restriction

The combination of immunizations and a large number of diseases this summer, according to Casadevall, may be helping the country turn a turnaround. He did warn, though, that the infection is unpredictable. Covid’s hospitalisation and death statistics also show some hopeful indicators. Because it takes time for people to become infected with the virus and then become unwell enough to require urgent care, data on these tends to lag case counts by a few weeks or more.

Jesse Panuccio, partner at Boies Schiller Flexner and counsel for Remote ICU, said, “That’s a fundamental misunderstanding of what telehealth is. HHS’s regulatory thinking needs to catch up to technology. Unfortunately, they seem to be stuck in a 1960s view of medicine.”, according to Panuccio, works with dozens of U.S.-licensed, board-certified intensivists who were trained and practised in the United States.

The doctors work as full-time, permanent staff members in the hospitals where they treat patients, despite the fact that they live abroad. This allows them to fill in healthcare deficit gaps as well as cover night shifts during their daytime hours, according to Panuccio. Panuccio and contend that the company’s services may be critical, particularly during a pandemic.In February of this year, Remote ICU filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

According to court records, Remote ICU approached authorities from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services after the agencies reduced telehealth requirements under COVID-19. After months of back-and-forth, the government decided that client hospitals would not be reimbursed for its services.The district court approved HHS’ petition to dismiss the lawsuit, ruling that the court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to consider the claims. Remote ICU filed an appeal and a demand for expedited processing earlier this month, claiming that the epidemic had made the issue more urgent.

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