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Telehealth Services Part 1 – An Evolving Road That May Soon Return to Pre-Pandemic Status

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Telehealth and Telemedicine, and related terms generally refer to the exchange of medical information from one site to another through electronic communication to improve a patient’s health. This Session will educate on how Medicare (CMS) will cover for office, hospital, and other visits furnished via Telehealth across the country and including in patient’s places of residence retroactive to March 1st,2020. Prior to the HHS 1135 Waiver Medicare could only pay for telehealth on a limited basis: when the person receiving the service is in a designated rural area and when they leave their home and go to a clinic, hospital, or certain other types of medical facilities for the service. Under the new Waiver, rules have been relaxed to account for the restricts on access being imposed as we try and weather the COVID-19 crisis. What are those EXACT “flexibilities” on the Medicare regulations? We will have them for you. Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the 1135 Waiver authority 2. Exactly what services are covered under the Telehealth umbrella 3. Patient’s share of cost during this time of uncertainty 4. Knowing what providers can provide Telehealth services 5. HIPAA concerns for the Telehealth services

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