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Watch a recording of our recent Telehealth Regulatory Webinar
In the past few weeks, telemedicine laws and regulations have dramatically changed and continue to evolve on a daily basis. We hosted a webinar dedicated to reviewing and discussing key federal laws that impact the practice of telemedicine through COVID-19.
Read about telehealth regulatory updates during COVID-19
Prescribing Laws: Public health emergency exception under Ryan Haight takes effect
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has, on their webpage, confirmed that telemedicine can now be used under the conditions outlined in the Controlled Substances Act under the public health emergency telemedicine exception to Ryan Haight. DEA-registered prescribers may issue prescriptions for controlled substances via telemedicine without a prior in-person evaluation if the prescription is for a legitimate medical purpose, real-time two-way audio-video is used, and the practitioner is acting in accordance with state law.
State Licensure: Requirement that physicians hold licensure in the state in which they practice is temporarily waived (Federally)
With the declaration by the President of a national state of emergency, the Secretary of HHS issued a 1135 Waiver for “requirements that physicians or other health care professionals hold licenses in the state in which they provide services if they have an equivalent license from another state.”
Telemedicine Reimbursement: Reimbursement regulations relaxed to support telemedicine visits during COVID-19
Originating site and geographic telehealth restrictions are removed for the time being. Patients outside of rural areas and patients in their homes will be eligible for telehealth services effective starting March 6, 2020.
Qualified providers who are permitted to furnish Medicare telehealth services during the Public Health Emergency include but not limited to: Physicians Nurse practitioners Physician assistants Certified nurse midwives
CMS will not enforce an established relationship requirement.
Telehealth services are not limited to patients with COVID-19. The statutory provision broadens telehealth flexibility without regard to the diagnosis of the patient.
CMS is not requiring additional or different modifiers associated with telehealth services furnished under these waivers.