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Payers and Telehealth

Providers Must Negotiate Telehealth Reimbursement With Payers

April 25, 2017 - Healthcare providers looking to launch a new telemedicine or mHealth program may find an unexpected ally in commercial health plans. While only 31 states and the District of Colombia mandate that private payers cover telehealth visits as they reimburse for in-person visits, health plans will negotiate policies with providers that include coverage for digital health services if they can be...


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Providers Must Negotiate Telehealth Reimbursement With Payers

by Eric Wicklund

Healthcare providers looking to launch a new telemedicine or mHealth program may find an unexpected ally in commercial health plans. While only 31 states and the District of Colombia mandate that private payers cover telehealth visits as they...

Payers, Providers Seek Common Ground on New Telehealth Services

by Eric Wicklund

Healthcare providers are finding that telehealth reimbursement goes well beyond finding the right CPT code. With each state and even the federal government offering different and sometimes conflicting definitions for telemedicine and telehealth,...

North Carolina lawmakers eye telemedicine payment parity

by Eric Wicklund

Lawmakers in North Carolina – a state with a long track record of telemedicine and mHealth innovation – are poised to debate a bill that would establish reimbursement parity for payers. H.B. 283 would mandate that health plans cover...

A Payer Makes an Investment in Telehealth

by Eric Wicklund

A Mid-Atlantic-based health plan is making an intriguing investment in telehealth. Baltimore-based CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield is earmarking nearly $3 million in grant money to 10 nonprofits and public health programs to expand their telemedicine...

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