Michigan Reimbursement for Telehealth

Michigan allows for Reimbursement for Live-Video Telehealth sessions. Michigan Medicaid providers as well as private commercial insurance plans are required to reimburse at the same rate as in person sessions.
Medicaid providers, refer to the Michigan Medicaid Manual Here.

According to Foley Health Care Law, laws passed in 2017 do not specifically state that an in person session is needed to establish the provider-patient relationship in order to begin using telehealth services. Click the link above for more information.  

Interested in adding telehealth services or growing your practice? Or if you would want to learn more about what can be done to treat patients using Live Video Interaction? Please contact us.  We have over ten years of experience to draw on and partners that we work with in every state, including Michigan. We'd love to help you as well.

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. 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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