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Humana Telehealth Policy PT and OT

Update: 4/19/2020

Temporary expansion of telehealth to broader types of providers

    • Both participating/in-network primary and specialty providers can render care using telehealth services, provided that CMS and state-specific guidelines are followed
    • For telehealth visits with a specialist, members are encouraged to work with their primary care physician to facilitate care coordination

Check your patient’s plan as telehealth policy will be different depending on state orders.

Humana Telehealth Policy contains PT/OT codes when telehealth is allowed.



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