Regulatory concerns on use of telemedicine.Licensingof physician and other health care providers. Provision of telemedicine has made it possible for consultation to occur over a large distance. However licensed providers are limited or denied to provide the services in states they are licensed. This is caused by varying laws on use of telemedicine in different states. Some states burn the use of telemedicine while other permits its use depending on the policies implemented in those states. However the increase in the speed of internet, telehealth services ought to be allowed to citizens who are willing to access them. Proper policies should be set to govern the use of the service and harsh penalties given to those that breach the policies.Informed consent. Several states require that an informed consent be obtained from a patient prior to telehealth. This is opposed to Medicare that does not require obtaining of consent from patients. This is caused by concerns of health information security and that the patients understands what's going to take place. Unfortunately this policies misrepresent telehealth as a different form of service, rather than using it as a tool to improve and enhance treatment.