Ohio Reimbursement for Telehealth

Ohio Medicaid and private payers reimburse for Telehealth sessions at the same rate as inperson sessions.  In addition, patient sites, (also known as originating sites) can bill Medicaid for a facility fee (Q3014) to cover the costs of technology.  With our solution, no extra equipment is needed other than teh computers and mobile devices that you already have.  The facility fee will pay for our service rather quickly and the rest is added revenue for your organization.

Center for Connected Health Policy

Prescribing Using Telemedicine:

The Ohio Medical Board adopted new rules for telemedicine prescribing of drugs and controlled substances, allowing providers to prescribe drugs via telemedicine without conducting an in-person examination.  Effective March 23, 2017, the new rules set forth the requirements a physician must follow when prescribing legend drugs and controlled substances via telemedicine in Ohio.

Read a full explanation of the new changes and how they impact telemedicine providers, plus access a copy of the new rules, at this link: Ohio Telemedicine Prescribing and Controlled Substances Laws

Ohio telehealth policy FAQ from Foley Health Care Law


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