Telemedicine Wins Support in N.H.

Valley News, August 9, 2018

New Hampshire legislators say a new state law will make it easier for people to access medical services remotely, particularly in rural areas. But they haven’t yet decided how insurance companies will reimburse providers for such services.

Republicans and Democrats supported the bill, HB 1471, which was sponsored by Bridgewater Rep. Vincent Paul Migliore, whose district includes the Upper Valley town of Grafton, and state Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth. Migliore took up the issue after being asked to do so by Littleton, N.H., psychologist Deborah Warner.

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