|Idaho reimbursement for telemedicine|
Idaho Medicaid Telehealth Policy updated July, 2016
March 31, 2015
The Idaho state Senate has approved HB189 by a 31-3 vote, establishing the "Idaho Telehealth Access Act." The legislation would allow for telehealth services once a provider has documented "a patient's relevant clinical history and current symptoms to establish the diagnosis and identify underlying conditions and contraindications to the treatment recommended." It allows for video, online and phone-based consults, but not treatment based solely on an online questionnaire.
Idaho reimburses for psychiatric telehealth.
. Payment for telehealth services is limited to psychiatric services for diagnostic assessments, pharmacological management, and psychotherapy with evaluation and management services twenty (20) to thirty (30) minutes in duration. Reimbursement is not available for a telephone conversation, electronic mail message (e-mail), or facsimile transmission (fax) between a physician and a participant.
For more information see the ATA Wiki page for Idaho here.
|Last Updated on Friday, 31 March 2017 16:07|