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Sample bylaws language for privileges in telemedicine
Organizations need to be aware of whether their state requires specific disclosures (such as privacy agreements, the process for filing complaints, etc.) to be made in writing prior to a provider delivering patient care via telemedicine. Some organizations consider originating sites to be contracted providers governed by a telemedicine agreement in which the credentialing is delegated, and they are contracted with the other hospital to provide services via telemedicine. Others opt to add them as consulting members of the medical staff, rather than consider telemedicine a contracted service. Download this sample bylaws language for privileges in telemedicine.
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