CMS reports telehealth reimbursements up 25% in 2015

(Source – lexology.com)

More health care providers are using telehealth services with their traditional Medicare beneficiaries according to an early report filed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. This article posted by Foley & Lardner LLP assesses this increase and its implications for the future of telehealth, and provides insights into the overall concept of integrating it into Medicare’s traditional reimbursement processes. Check the article out here…

 

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