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Video Series from PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy on Telehealth & COVID-19

Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the federal administration and major health insurers are updating telehealth technologies, legislation and reimbursement policies to make it easier for communities to monitor, test and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

PHI’s Center for Connected Health Policy has been keeping us updated with the latest changes in telehealth-related policies, regulations and resources available through their informative Youtube videos.

View the entire playlist of CCHP videos on Youtube, including:

  • Proposed Physician Fee Schedule CY 2022 (7/19/2021)
  • FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program (5/5/2021)
  • MedPAC Recommendations for Telehealth in Medicare (3/29/2021)
  • California Telehealth Policy Proposals for Medi-Cal (3/23/2021)
  • 2021 Telehealth Policy Update (2/3/2021)
  • Current Status of Federal and California Telehealth Policy During COVID-19 (12/14/2020)
  • CCHP Animated Video on Telehealth Reimbursement Basics (12/10/2020)
  • Telehealth Basics – Terminology (7/22/2020)
  • How Telehealth Policy Is Structured in the United States (6/23/2020)
  • Telehealth Policy in a Post-COVID-19 World (5/15/2020)
  • CMS COVID-19 Telehealth Policy Updates to Medicare (5/1/2020)
  • Providing Services via Telephone during COVID-19 (4/22/2020)
  • FQHCs & RHCs Acting as a Distant Site Provider in Medicare During COVID-19 (4/17/2020)
  • State Telehealth Policy & COVID-19 (4/22/2020)
  • DEA & Telehealth (4/2/2020)
  • COVID-19 – Telehealth Policy Updates – Federal & State (March 31, 2020)
  • Medicare, Telehealth & COVID-19 (3/24/2020)

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