Telehealth - McKnight's Long Term Care News


Bill would cover telehealth

In a move that could greatly expand the visibility and adoption of telehealth systems, Congress is proposing that Medicare reimburse telehealth services at the same rate as in-person medical visits.

Elizabeth Newman

Telehealth in three steps

From Jewish Home Lifecare winning a McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Award for their project with Panasonic, to attending a session at LeadingAge on telehealth mental services, to moderating a Care Innovations telehealth webinar this week, it’s clear more long-term care providers are trying to decipher this enigmatic issue. The big questions from providers, however, tend to be around reimbursement and the equipment.

Sean Slovenski

Dec. 16 webinar: SNFs benefit from new CMS telehealth rules

New reimbursement rulings from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services can mean stronger revenue streams for skilled nursing providers. A free McKnight’s webinar at 2 p.m. Eastern on Dec. 16 will explain how providers can better manage patients post-discharge.

Kristy Brown

When is telehealth the right option?

As providers, patients, and payers look for more cost-effective and efficient ways to provide health care, some are turning to telehealth as an option. Telehealth involves using electronic communication to provide healthcare information and services to a remote location. These services can include physical therapy.

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