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FGA Praises Latest Executive Action on Telehealth

Naples, FL — This week, President Trump signed an executive order to expand access to telehealth and to make several telehealth reforms implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic permanent, further protecting rural Americans’ access to affordable, quality health care.  The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) offered the following statement in support.

“Telehealth has proven to be incredibly popular and effective during our current health crisis, and it’s a policy that makes sense even in normal, healthy times,” said Robin Walker, senior director of federal affairs at FGA. “President Trump’s latest action ensures that Americans will continue to enjoy the flexibility and increased affordability teleheath provides.”


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