Telehealth technologies offer a means to mitigate burdens on the United States' health care system by allowing clinicians to furnish care from a distance. Unfortunately, state-based medical licensure restrictions inhibit the widespread adoption of these services. This Comment analyzes the experiences of the European Union and Australia in implementing licensure schemes that allow for the cross-border practice of medicine. In light of this analysis, this Comment recommends that the United States adopt a hybrid federal-state licensure model.
Peter Critikos III,
License to Screen: A Review of the Medical Licensure Schemes Impacting Telehealth Proliferation in the United States, the European Union, and Australia,
Emory Int'l L. Rev.
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