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Welcome to our telehealth page. We are currently putting together a 50 state survey of telehealth rules for physical and occupational, Medicaid and Medicare coverage of therapy services through telehealth, and private payers.
Medicare E-Visits - Updated 4/20/2020 (No longer important)
Private Payer Policies - Updated 5/3/2020
Each state will contain current information on PT/OT board laws and rules on practicing telehealth and the emergency orders concerning the expansion of coverage through Medicaid and insurance.
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