On February 13, Krista Drobac testified in support of Maryland Senate Bill 402, an Act authorizing certain health care practitioners to establish a practitioner-patient relationship through telehealth and requiring a health care practitioner providing telehealth services to be held to the same standards of practice as in-person settings.

“The most important thing we can do here today is to trust clinicians and consumers to use telehealth tools wisely – deliver the same care that they have always delivered, just in a way that increases access to people in rural and underserved areas, speeds the delivery of care for those in need, and often reduces costs.” – stated Krista Drobac in her written testimony.

Please click here to read the entire written testimony to the Maryland Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee.