|In addition to the article Lowe & Evander, P.A. previously sent out on “Telehealth During COVID-19 Pandemic” as a clarification, providers who can provide telehealth services include podiatric physicians, chiropractic physicians and physician assistants under applicable Florida and federal law. They do have to comply with all applicable requirements. If you are one of these types of health care professionals and you have questions on telehealth applicable requirements, please contact us at 407-332-6353.|
Our best to all of you out there taking care of patients and protecting us in these difficult and unsettling times. Stay safe!
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Michael R. Lowe, Esquire is a Florida board-certified health law attorney at Lowe & Evander, P.A. Brian C. Evander, Esquire and Mr. Lowe regularly represent providers, physicians and other licensed health care professionals, and facilities in a wide variety of health care law matters.
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