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Alaska Speech Therapy Telehealth
A person who is licensed or registered under AS 08.11 may provide telemedicine services to a client in Alaska if:
The rule does not prevent the use of asynchronous telemedicine.
A licensee or registrant who provides telemedicine services shall document the efforts to obtain the client’s consent to send all records to the client’s primary care provider, if the licensee or registrant is not the client’s primary care provider.
If a client provides consent, the licensee or registrant who provides telemedicine services shall obtain that consent in writing signed by the client or the client’s legal guardian
12 AAC 07.020
12 AAC 07.030