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Telehealth is a term used by many, but in different ways. The definition can vary between payers and organizations; but generally, telehealth is defined as the methods and technologies used to deliver health care services in a virtual environment. Telehealth as a means of service delivery is reimbursed by all payers in some form or another. However the restrictions, rules, and requirements vary by payer and by state. This report specifically review the telehealth reimbursement policies put in place by two payers – Medicare and Medicaid. This report answers a number of questions on telehealth reimbursement including: How Is . . .
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