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Telehealth Regulation Post-Pandemic: Returning to Stricter Requirements

Strafford

July 14, 2020
Recorded Online
Webcast

Data Privacy and Security, Licensure, Credentialing, Reimbursement, Informed Consent, Prescribing

This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on compliance with the evolving federal and state level telehealth requirements. The panel will address the steps that entities and providers should take to ensure compliance with stricter telehealth requirements.

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the use of telehealth services, often with relaxed requirements in order to address healthcare needs during the pandemic. As the healthcare industry adjusts to the new normal and in some cases reverts to tougher standards, healthcare entities and providers will need to ensure they meet the requirements to practice telehealth.

For example, prior to the explosion of COVID-19, Medicare reimbursement for telehealth services had significant limitations, including which types of healthcare clinical practitioners could provide services and which services could be reimbursed. Since the pandemic, CMS has made temporary changes expanding the breadth of Medicare telehealth services and the clinical practitioners that can furnish Medicare telehealth services.

From consent to data privacy to reimbursement issues, healthcare providers that have utilized the temporary relaxation of telehealth requirements should be prepared to comply with the post-pandemic landscape and a return to stricter federal and state regulations.

Listen as our authoritative panel of healthcare attorneys examines the changes to telehealth requirements that have been made at both the federal and state level. The panel will address the steps that entities and providers should take to ensure compliance with telehealth requirements going forward as the requirements revert to more stringent standards.

Outline:

  • Telehealth changes
    • Data privacy and security
    • Licensing
    • Credentialing
    • Reimbursement
    • Informed patient consent
    • Prescribing
    • Other Considerations
  • Ensuring compliance post-pandemic
    • Data privacy and security
    • Licensing
    • Credentialing
    • Reimbursement
    • Informed patient consent
    • Prescribing
    • Other Considerations

The panel will review these and other key issues:

  • Challenges in complying with evolving federal and state telemedicine requirements
  • Compliance with telehealth requirements as waivers expire and stricter reimbursement requirements return
  • Steps for healthcare providers to meet consent and data privacy requirements

Faculty:

  • Michael J. DeAgro, Attorney, Holland & Knight
  • Cory Talbot, Partner, Holland & Hart

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