Telemedicine-Medicaid Billing and Compliance: Not Just a Matter of Picking Up the Phone
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What should new and old Connecticut telemedicine and telehealth providers know about billing for Connecticut Medicaid services now that Connecticut’s Governor Ned Lamont again has expanded the ability of providers to offer services remotely? For starters, they should know that failure to properly document telemedicine encounters will expose providers to overpayment liabilities and potentially worse. The “worse” can encompass false claims, whistleblower and fraud liability. To read the full alert on this topic, please continue reading here.

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