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Alaska Occupational Therapy Telehealth

A licensed occupational therapist conducting telerehabilitation by means of an interactive telecommunication system:

    • Must interact with the patient maintaining the same ethical conduct and integrity;
    • Must comply with the requirements of 12 AAC 54.810 for any licensed occupational therapist assistant providing services;
    • May conduct one-on-one consultations, including initial evaluation, under this section; and
    • Must provide and ensure appropriate client confidentiality and HIPAA compliance, establish secure connections, activate firewalls, and encrypt confidential information.


12 AAC 54.825

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