Web Results

www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hpb20160815.244795/full

While states have implemented telehealth coverage laws, of greater concern and controversy are telehealth parity laws that require reimbursement by health plans for telehealth services at the same ...

www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/telemedicine...

Telemedicine has the potential to improve access to care and ease the physician shortage. However, physician licensing and other regulations, a lack of reimbursement parity laws and other ...

ahihealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/New-York-State-Telehealth-Parity-Law...

New York State Telehealth Parity Law • Requires . commercial insurers . and . Medicaid. to provide reimbursement for services delivered via telehealth if those services would have been covered if delivered in person • Public Health Law (PHL) Article 29- G, Social Services Law § 367-u, and Insurance Law § 3217-h

evisit.com/state-telemedicine-policy

State telemedicine laws, simplified. Having trouble understanding the legislation surrounding practicing telemedicine in your state? What are the telemedicine parity laws in your state? Does Medicaid cover telemedicine? What types of telemedicine are covered? Find easy-to-understand answers to these questions and more by clicking on a state below.

mhealthintelligence.com/news/telehealth-payment-parity-laws-rising-rapidly...

August 20, 2015 - As the nationwide telehealth movement continues to make progress across the states, it is important to understand the many regulations and policies being adopted to properly reimburse physicians for offering telemedicine services. Telehealth commercial insurance coverage laws (including payment parity laws) are one key area of legal battles taking place between insurers and ...

evisit.com/state-telemedicine-policy/washington

Washington Telemedicine Policy. Things are heating up for telemedicine in Washington! Updates to the state’s telemedicine parity law in 2017 expanded coverage to even more varied telehealth services. Washington also recently joined the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, making it easier for providers all over the country to practice telemedicine in the Evergreen State.

www.johnlocke.org/research/telemedicine

Telemedicine parity laws: Research and trends. To date, 32 states have enacted telemedicine parity laws, all of which were created to meet the unique needs of their states’ insurance and health care systems. 15 16 In some states, reimbursement is restricted to certain types of providers and site locations. This is because health plan designs ...

searchhealthit.techtarget.com/blog/Health-IT-Pulse/Telemedicine-parity-laws...

However, improvements are on the way — it is expected that Medicaid programs in all 50 states will cover some form of telemedicine in 2017. Today, 31 states and the District of Columbia have telemedicine parity laws — up from 21 states in 2014, the first year of the ATA’s 50 State Telemedicine Gaps Analysis.

www.cchpca.org/telehealth-policy/current-state-laws-and-reimbursement-policies

CCHP helps you stay informed about telehealth-related laws, regulations and Medicaid programs. The map and search options below cover current laws and regulations for all fifty states and the District of Columbia. The information provided is only for research and informational purposes and should not be construed as legal counsel.

www.americantelemed.org/policy-page/state-policy-resource-center

ATA's State Policy Resource Center monitors telemedicine state policies, identifies and works to resolve barriers to state-level telemedicine use, and provides policy technical assistance to the ATA members and state policymakers.