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Kentucky Telehealth Services Provider Overview

During the present Public Health Emergency, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has implemented policies to help reduce barriers to care for Medicare members. This will help reduce the administrative burden for providers and help reduce the number of infected individuals within our communities.

To ensure individuals are able to receive needed healthcare services, while reducing the need for in person provider visits, telehealth regulations have been modified to better accommodate the use of this platform.

The materials and links provided on this page offer the most current telehealth information available from the CMS.

Kentucky Medicare Information:

CMS’s Medicare Learning Network

Medicare Telemedine Health Care Provider Fact Sheet

Medicare Telehealth Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

Medicare Learning Network Matters Medicare Fee-For-Service (FFS) Response (PDF)

HHS and CMS COVID-19 Regulatory Revision Summary (PDF)

Telehealth Services List

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Last Updated On: 5/25/2022
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