BY: PCH TELEHEALTH CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
Nancy A. Lohuis, M.D. FAAFP
Board Member WV AFP
Comprehensive Primary Care Guide for Telehealth in West Virginia was created with funding assistance from the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Division of the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health within the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, with support from Cooperative Agreement Number 18-NU58-DP006528 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The author, Nancy A. Lohuis, M.D., FAAFP has no disclosures.
Telehealth policy, rules and regulations, coding and billing and guidelines are changing on a daily basis. There are many telehealth bills pending in Congress. The information in this guide will be affected by the fluidity of the material it addresses. We can only state that the information provided is what we knew to be correct as of June 1, 2021.
Table of Contents
- Benefits of Incorporating Telehealth into Your Practice during COVID and after COVID?
- How to get a Telehealth program started
- Telehealth Coding and Billing
- Integration of Telehealth with other programs
- Addressing the Challenges In West Virginia: Evaluate and make a choice.
- PCH Road to Telehealth Center of Excellence:
- WHAT IS IN THE FUTURE?
- Available Resources: