Could Amazon be the next national telehealth player?- MedCity News, October 24, 2019 Link
With a local pilot program among employees in the Seattle area, Amazon looks to be working out many of the regulatory and logistical kinks that could lay the groundwork for broader telemedicine adoption nationwide. 
Telemental health laws: Free app- Epstein Becker Green, LLC, October, 2019 Link
This law firm specializing in telehealth recently announced the 2019 update to its  Telemental Health Laws  survey of state telehealth laws, regulations, and policies for mental and behavioral health practitioners and stakeholders across. This new data is incorporated into their free mobile device app for searching and accessing their database..
Cleveland Clinic, American Well partner on virtual visits with specialists- Healthcare Dive, October 23, 2019 Link
The Cleveland Clinic and telehealth vendor American Well have launched a joint venture to provide virtual access to medical specialists for patients worldwide with complex healthcare issues.
Avera eCare to launch national telehealth certificate program- mHealth Intelligence, October 22, 2019 Link
The South Dakota-based telehealth network is using a $4.3 million grant to create a certificate program for telehealth delivery and telemental health and build a new telehealth education center.
California enacts telehealth payment parity, boosts asynchronous care- mHealth Intelligence, October 21, 2019 Link
California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed several telehealth bills, making the state among a dozen to support payment parity, store-and-forward care and telemedicine abortions.
Leveraging telehealth for a more consumer-centric healthcare experience- Huron Insights, October 2019 Link
The Huron Consulting Group provides this brief on broad strategies to adopt that can assure that telehealth goes beyond use for on-demand urgent care appointments to become an integrated component of the health care continuum.
Implementation best practices: Teeing up telemedicine- Healthcare IT News, October 10, 2019 Link
Five telehealth technology experts share their decades of expertise, with advice to help healthcare CIOs and other IT leaders launch new telemedicine programs.
At Dartmouth-Hitchcock, workarounds are key to telehealth integration- mHealth Intelligence, October 10, 2019 Link
This New Hampshire health system has eight different telehealth service lines and deals with a wide range of EMRs and connected health platforms. Because these systems don't synchronize well they have had to adopt workarounds..
UnitedHealth doubles down on telemedicine with app in employer-sponsored plans- Healthcare Dive, Oct. 10, 2019 Link
The country's largest private health insurance payer is rolling out a new virtual care app for the more than 27 million Americans covered in its employer-sponsored health plans.
Do video telehealth requirements curtail access in rural states?- mHealth Intelligence, October 9, 2019 Link
A study by digital health company Ro finds that states that mandate video-based telehealth may be limiting access to care for underserved populations who don't have the broadband capacity to use video.
States that mandate video-based telemedicine may be hindering access to care for residents who can’t access the bandwidth to support reliable video.
CNY telehealth program: future of seeing doctor by phone or tablet for variety of health needs? - WAER News (Syracuse), October 9, 2019 Link
A telehealth program of the New York health provider organization Loretto is profiled. The program uses tablet applications for patients in various settings to communicate with and get care from with chronic care providers in their implementation of their managed Medicare Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.