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Behavioral health cases in ER may rise if post-pandemic telehealth flexibilities end
Expect more patients in the emergency room (ER) seeking help with behavioral health issues when the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) ends—especially if the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) does not act to renew PHE-related flexibilities allowing prescriptions of controlled substances through telehealth.
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