The bill amends Chapter 5-91 of the General Laws, specifically adding a new section that mandates the implementation of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact by July 1, 2024. This addition is marked by the insertion of new legal language, which directs the state to complete all necessary membership requirements by the specified date.

Furthermore, the bill introduces a new chapter, Chapter 100, to Title 23 of the General Laws, titled "TELEMEDICINE AND OUT-OF-STATE MEDICINE." This chapter ensures that all in-state residents have access to telemedicine in accordance with existing laws and allows patients to receive telemedicine services from out-of-state providers, as long as those providers are registered with the department of health. The department of health and the office of health insurance commissioner are tasked with implementing rules and regulations to support the provisions of this new chapter. The act is set to take effect immediately upon passage.