Analysts have yet to decipher whether telemedicine practitioners require special insurance coverage. The practice remains under scrutiny as to malpractice liability, the physician-patient relationship, practice standards, and other issues. Currently, liability rulings cover most in-person provider visits, leaving little case law to set a precedent. Of existing telehealth rulings, most cases involved internet prescriptions. Most likely, insurers will assess telemedicine practitioners’ coverage needs based on effectiveness, service quality, and not the service delivery medium.