President Trump Aug. 3 signed an executive order on “improving rural health and telehealth access,” with directives to: launch a new payment model for rural health care; develop and implement a strategy to improve rural health care infrastructure; create a report describing policy initiatives to improve rural health; and propose regulation that would extend certain telehealth flexibilities.

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