New Mexico Medicaid Telehealth Reimbursement

 Medicaid Reimbursement / Posted 1 year ago by Telehealthist

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New Mexico Medicaid reimburses for live video telehealth at the same rate as when services are provided in-person as well as store-and-forward. There is no reference to remote patient monitoring.

Definitions
Telemedicine is defined as “the use of electronic information, imaging and communication technologies, including interactive audio, video, data communications as well as store-and-forward technologies, to provide and support health care delivery, diagnosis, consultation, treatment, transfer of medical data and education”

Live Video
Policy
New Mexico Medicaid will reimburse for live video at the same rate as when the services are furnished without the use of a telecommunication system.

Eligible Services/Specialties
No reference found.

Eligible Providers
No reference found.

Eligible Sites
School-based services provided via telemedicine are covered.

Geographic Limits
No reference found.

Facility/Transmission Fee
Reimbursement is made to the originating site for an interactive telehealth system fee.

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Store-and-Forward
Policy
New Mexico Medicaid does reimburse for store-and-forwardstore-and-forward. To be eligible, the service must be provided through the transfer of digital images, sounds, or previously recorded video from one location to another. It does not need to occur in real time.

Eligible Services/Specialties
No reference found.

Geographic Limits
No reference found.

Transmission Fee
Reimbursement is made to the originating site for an interactive telehealth system fee.

Remote Patient Monitoring
Policy
No reference found.

Conditions
No reference found.

Provider Limitations
No reference found.

Other Restrictions
No reference found.

Email/Phone/Fax
No reference found.

Consent
To prescribe medication via telehealth, a prescribing clinician must obtain informed consent, obtain a medical history, and generate a medical record.

Out of State Providers
When the originating site is in New Mexico and the distant site is outside New Mexico, the distant-site provider at the distant site must be licensed in New Mexico for telemedicine, or meet federal requirements for Indian Health Service or tribal contract facilities.

Miscellaneous
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