New Hampshire Telehealth Laws & Reimbursement Policies
Medicaid Telehealth Reimbursement
New Hampshire Medicaid follows the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services requirements and Federal regulations for the use of telehealth and telemedicine. Reimbursement is available for live video under some circumstances. There is no reimbursement for store-and-forward or remote patient monitoring services, based on Medicare restrictions.
New Hampshire Medicaid complies with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service requirements for telehealth. See Medicare’s list of CPT codes for a full list of services reimbursable under New Hampshire Medicaid.
“Telemedicine, as it pertains to the delivery of health care services, means the use of audio, video, or other electronic media for the purpose of diagnosis, consultation, or treatment. Telemedicine does not include the use of audio-only telephone or facsimile.”
Insurers may not deny coverage for services on the sole basis that the coverage is provided through telemedicine if the health care service would be covered if it were provided through in-person consultation between the covered person and a health care provider.
Telemedicine means the use of audio, video, or other electronic media for the purpose of diagnosis, consultation, or treatment. Telemedicine shall not include the use of audio-only telephone or facsimile.
Our telemedicine services can be applied to big cities as well as rural locations. We contract with the highest quality health professionals and partner with hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities throughout the Nation.