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Telemedicine and Remote Monitoring Equal Better Care

The use of wireless medical devices that enable health systems to remotely monitor patients with chronic conditions in real time is on the rise and is certain to continue to increase due to the multiple ensuing benefits. Remote-monitoring allows telehealth practitioners to adjust medications and care protocols, and counsel patients on behavior resulting in better […]

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Direct to Consumer Companies Address CTeL Telemedicine Summit

Update:  The CTeL Executive Telehealth Roundtable Summit 3.0 is completely sold out.   No additional seats are available.  If you have not registered your attendance, it will not be possible to attend the conference by registering and paying on the day of the conference.   We are at maximum seating capacity.  No further registrations will be accepted.  […]

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Organizations Present Telemedicine “Best Practices”: CTeL Summit 3.0

Update:  The CTeL Executive Telehealth Roundtable Summit 3.0 is completely sold out.   No additional seats are available.  If you have not registered your attendance, it will not be possible to attend the conference by registering and paying on the day of the conference.   We are at maximum seating capacity.  No further registrations will be accepted.  […]

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Question: Billing from Sites Owned by the Same Entity

We received this question from a member of The Robert J. Waters Center for Telehealth and e-Health Law (CTeL).  Because we received this question from time to time, we posed it to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for the definitive answer: Question:  A telemedicine encounter occurs between two facilities, owned by the same […]

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Telehealth Credentialing and Privileging: The Story

Until now, the story has not been told about how the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS) telehealth credentialing and privileging rule came to be. Thanks to the Oregon Health Network, we can tell the story about the behind the scenes “twists and turns” that resulted in CMS changing their credentialing and privileging process. […]

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CTeL Seeking Credentialing and Privileging Success Stories and Speed Bumps! Do you have a success story? Or a speed bump?

A lot of work went into the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) rule change to allow remote credentialing and privileging of telehealth practitioners.   That included input from the telehealth community and receptive officials at CMS willing to “go the extra mile” to streamline the credentialing and privileging rule process to reflect the realities […]

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CMS Telehealth Credentialing and Privileging Final Rule Released

Here it is!  Click below for the final rule from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on the new procedures for credentialing and privileging telehealth providers.   This is fresh off the presses.  The “ink is still wet” and we haven’t even taken the time to review it.   But, we wanted to this to be […]

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