A swath of bills that aim to address health inequities in Maryland have successfully passed through the General Assembly this session, including legislation cementing pandemic telehealth expansions into law, a permanent revitalization of a major 2012 public health pilot and medical debt protections. The Preserve Telehealth Access Act of 2021 passed through both chambers with overwhelming support and was signed by Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday.
Advocates hail session as ‘tremendous victory for public health’
April 14, 2021