Telehealth Coverage Policies in the Time of COVID-19 to Date

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Timestamp: April 30, 2020 – 3 pm PT

As things rapidly develop on both what we know about COVID-19, policies around telehealth have also been developing alongside of it. PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy has created a summary of what is covered by various public and private payers with the information that has been released.

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Please note that events are evolving; consider this a living document that could change frequently as new information and new policies become available/are enacted. CCHP will continue to make updates when they become available.

As of 4/30/2020, CCHP has also released an additional fact sheet on FQHCs and Rural Health Clinics: Federally Qualified Health Centers & Rural Health Clinics Acting as Distant Site Providers in Medicare

PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) is the federally designated national telehealth policy resource center. CCHP provides technical assistance, education and creates resources and materials related to telehealth policy and consults frequently with federal and state policymakers, health plans, providers, national organizations and others.

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