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OIG Report: CMS Paid Practitioners for Telehealth Services That Did Not Meet Medicare Requirements

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The Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) just published a new report on OIG’s review of Medicare payments for telehealth services. The objective of the OIG review was to determine whether or not CMS paid practitioners for telehealth services that met Medicare requirements. The report concluded that, of the sampled claims … Continue reading this entry

Ten Things To Know About Maryland’s Proposed Telehealth Rules

The Maryland Board of Physicians evaluated, then tabled for further consideration, a set of new telehealth rules designed to expand the opportunities for hospitals and providers to deliver virtual care services in Baltimore and throughout the State.  The Board held a public hearing on January 24, 2018 to review proposed telehealth rules originally issued late … Continue reading this entry

Lacktman Featured in Podcast about Foley’s 2017 Telemedicine Survey Results

Foley Partner Nate Lacktman was interviewed for The Hospital Finance Podcast, “Telemedicine Adoption Grows – Results of the 2017 Foley Telemedicine and Digital Health Survey,” where he discussed the survey findings, including the current adoption rate of telemedicine among providers and consumers, international opportunities for providers, telemedicine legal ramifications and the future of the industry. Lacktman … Continue reading this entry