Colorado Guide to Telehealth Reimbursement

Update June 2020: Colorado lawmakers aim to make telehealth reimbursement Permanent


Colorado Medicaid pays for telehealth as well as the physician fee + a separate facility fee (Q3014). Contact Us for more information about Telehealth in Colorado.

This is great news for organizations interested in adding telehealth services to reach more people or see patients sooner.  Rather than wait for a provider to travel to a different patient location, the patient can see the provider via real time video conference.  The patient location, also known as the originating site will be reimbursed at the same rate as an inperson session and collect a fee to cover technology costs.

With a facility fee of approximately $20 per session, it only takes a few sessions to pay for the software and the rest is added revenue for your organization.  Please feel free to contact us here and check out our testimonials page to see how others are using Secure Telehealth.

Centennial Mental Health in Colorado partners with Secure Telehealth to offer on demand sessions with professionals from police cars.  Officers have an iPad with an app and can connect to practicioners back in their office.  Please contact us if you're interested in learning more.

At Secure Telehealth, we have over 10 years of experience helping organizations implement successful telehealth programs.  We fully manage your telehealth program so you don't have to.  Your patients work directly with us to get set up for their first appointment and when they have questions or technical problems, they call us so that none of your time is wasted and appointments are not missed.

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