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[Music].Medicare coverage and payment of virtual.services this video will provide you.with answers to common questions about.the Medicare telehealth services benefit.CMS is expanding this benefit on a.temporary and emergency basis under the.1135 waiver Authority the coronavirus.preparedness and response supplemental.appropriations act and the coronavirus.aid relief and Economic Security Act.Kerr's Act building on an unprecedented.array of temporary regulatory waivers.and new rules CMS has issued another.round of sweeping regulatory waivers and.rule changes these waivers and rule.changes allow increased access to.telehealth services for Medicare.patients so they can get care from their.physicians and other clinicians while.staying safely at home.CMS is expanding access to telehealth.services for people with Medicare this.means they can receive care where they.are at home or in a nursing or assisted.living facility if they have kovat 19.they can remain in isolation and prevent.spreading the virus if they aren't.infected they can get care without.risking exposure to others who may be.ill.CMS is exercising enforcement discretion.to allow these services to be billed for.both new and established patients.Medicare coinsurance and deductibles.generally apply to these services.patients must verbally consent to.receive virtual check-in services.certain services may be provided via.audio only telephones CMS is also.increasing payments for certain.telephone visits to match payments for.established patient office and.outpatient visits.CMS is waiving limitations on the types.of clinical practitioners that can.furnish Medicare telehealth services.let's begin with what are telehealth.services.telehealth telemedicine and related.terms generally refer to the exchange of.medical information from one site to.another through electronic communication.to improve a patient's health during the.pandemic individuals can use commonly.available interactive apps to visit with.their clinician while any technology.with audio and video can be used CMS is.waiving the video requirement for.certain counseling and education.services and for the telephone.evaluation and management services our.services added to the telehealth.services list until now.CMS only added new services to the list.of Medicare services that may be.furnished via telehealth using its.rulemaking process CMS is changing its.process during the emergency and will.add new telehealth services on a sub.regulatory basis considering requests by.practitioners now learning to use.telehealth as broadly as possible who.can provide telehealth services all.practitioners who may bill medicare.independently may provide telehealth.services.distant to site practitioners who can.furnish and get payment recovered.telehealth services subject to state law.can include physicians nurse.practitioners physician assistants nurse.midwives certified nurse anesthetists.clinical psychologist clinical social.workers registered dieticians nutrition.professionals physical therapists.occupational therapists speech language.pathologists and other practitioners in.addition in many cases CMS is allowing.physicians supervise their clinical.staff using virtual technologies when.appropriate instead of requiring an.in-person presence.what can Medicare pay for Medicare can.pay for office hospital and other visits.furnished via telehealth across the.country and including in patients places.of residence people with Medicare can.receive care where they are at home or.at a nursing or assisted living facility.if they have kovat 19:00 they can remain.in isolation and prevent spread of the.virus if they aren't infected they can.get care without risk of being exposed.to others who may be ill what services.can a Medicare beneficiary receive.through telehealth Medicare.beneficiaries will be able to receive a.specific set of services through.telehealth including evaluation and.management visits common office visits.mental health counseling and preventive.health screenings with the March 30th.IFC CMS will now allow for more than 80.additional services to be furnished via.telehealth.telehealth visits include emergency.department visits initial nursing.facility and discharge visits home.visits and therapy services which must.be provided by a clinician that is.allowed to provide telehealth new as.well as established patients now may.stay at home and have a telehealth visit.with their provider some of these.services including many behavioral.health and patient education services.and audio-only evaluation and management.visits will be available via audio only.telephones.during the public health emergency.individuals can use interactive apps.with audio and video capabilities to.visit with their clinician for an even.broader range of services these.temporary changes will ensure that.patients have access to physicians and.other providers while remaining safely.at home CMS maintains a list of services.that are normally furnished in-person.that may be furnished via Medicare.telehealth.this list can be found at HTTP colon.slash slash.WW CMS gov slash Medicare slash Medicare.- general - information slash telehealth.slash telehealth - codes.what requirements does telehealth.fulfill CMS is allowing telehealth to.fulfill many face-to-face visit.requirements for clinicians to see their.patients in inpatient rehabilitation.facilities hospice and home health.how does telehealth help with remote.patient monitoring CMS is making it.clear that clinicians can provide remote.physiologic monitoring services to.patients with acute and chronic.conditions and can be provided for.patients with only one disease for.example remote monitoring can be used to.monitor a patient's oxygen saturation.levels using pulse oximetry what about.home health home health agencies can.provide more services to beneficiaries.using telehealth as long as it's part of.the patient's plan of care and does not.replace needed in-person visits as.ordered on the plan of care if a.physician determines that a Medicare.beneficiary should not leave home.because of a medical contraindication or.due to suspected or confirmed kovat 19.and the beneficiary needs skilled.services he or she will be considered.homebound and qualify for the Medicare.home health benefit as a result the.beneficiary can receive services at home.what about hospice care.providers can also provide services to a.Medicare patient receiving routine home.care through telehealth if it is.feasible and appropriate to do so what.about rural health clinics RHCs.and federally qualified health centers.FQHCs on March 27th 2020 the coronavirus.aid relief and Economic Security Act.cares Act was signed into law section.3704 of the cares Act authorizes RHCs.and FQHCs to furnish distant site.telehealth services to Medicare.beneficiaries during the Cova 19 public.health emergency Phe what distant site.telehealth services can RH sees and.FQHCs provide.RHCs and FQHCs can furnish and bill any.telehealth services that are approved as.a distant site telehealth service under.the physician fee schedule.PFS for the duration of the public.health emergency Phe for more.information about telehealth services.furnished in RHCs and FQHCs and how to.bill for those services visit the mln.matters article se two zero zero one six.new and expanded flexibilities for rural.health clinics RHCs.and federally qualified health centers.FQHCs during the kovat nineteen public.health emergency.phe on the CMS website at HTTP colon.slash slash w w CMS gov slash files.slash document / SE two zero zero one.six dot PDF.in nursing homes home health agencies or.other health care facilities bill for.telehealth services building for.Medicare telehealth services is limited.to professionals like other professional.services critical access hospitals can.report their telehealth services under.com method two if a beneficiary is in a.health care facility even if the.facility is not in a rural area or not.in a health professional shortage area.and receives a service via telehealth.Medicare makes payment to the distant.site practitioner for the professional.services for the service furnished via.telehealth the healthcare facility would.only be eligible to bill for the.originating site facility fee which is.reported under hick pics code q30 one.for can hospitals bill for telehealth.services hospitals may bill for services.furnished remotely by hospital based.practitioners to Medicare patients.registered as hospital outpatients.including when the patient is at home.when the home is serving as a temporary.provider based Department of the.hospital.examples of such services include.counseling and educational service as.well as therapy services.can hospitals bill as the originating.site hospitals may bill as the.originating site for telehealth services.furnished by hospital based.practitioners to Medicare patients.registered as hospital outpatients.including when the patient is located at.home.what are the types of virtual services.even before the availability of this.waiver Authority CMS made several.related changes to improve access to.virtual care in 2019 Medicare started.making payment for brief communications.or virtual check-ins which are short.patient initiated communications with a.health care practitioner Medicare Part B.separately pays clinicians for Eve is.'its which are non face-to-face patient.initiated communications through an.online patient portal.there are four main types of virtual.services physicians and other.professionals can provide to Medicare.beneficiaries Medicare telehealth visits.virtual check-ins Eve is 'its and.audio-only services.let's take a look at each type of.virtual service Medicare telehealth.visits currently Medicare patients may.use telecommunication technology for.office hospital visits and other.services that generally occur in person.for most services on the telehealth list.the provider must use an interactive.audio and video telecommunication system.that permits real-time communication.between the distant site and the patient.at home however CMS is waiving the video.requirement for certain counseling and.behavioral health services and telephone.evaluation and management services.during the public health emergency.individuals can use interactive apps.with audio and video capabilities to.visit with their clinician for an even.broader range of services additionally.the HHS Office of Inspector General o IG.is providing flexibility for health care.providers to reduce or waive.cost-sharing for a broad category of non.face-to-face services furnished through.various modalities including telehealth.visits virtual check-in services Eve is.'its monthly remote care management and.monthly remote patient monitoring paid.by federal health care programs.here's some key takeaways about Medicare.telehealth visits.Medicare will make a payment for.Medicare telehealth services furnished.to patients in broader circumstances.these visits are considered the same as.in-person visits that are paid at the.same rate as regular in-person visits.Medicare will make payment for.professional services furnished to.beneficiaries in all areas of the.country in all settings any practitioner.who can independently bill for Medicare.services may be paid for Medicare.telehealth services for example physical.therapists occupational therapists and.speech-language pathologist may bill for.telehealth Medicare will make payment.for Medicare telehealth services.furnished to beneficiaries in any health.care facility and in their home there is.flexibility for health care providers to.reduce or waive cost-sharing for certain.non face-to-face services paid by.federal health care programs.virtual check-ins.in all areas not just rural established.Medicare patients in their home may have.a brief communication service with.practitioners via a number of.communication technology modalities.including synchronous discussion over a.telephone or exchange of information.through video or image we expect that.these virtual services will be initiated.by the patient however practitioners may.need to educate beneficiaries on the.availability of the service prior to.patient initiation virtual check-in.services or brief check-ins between a.patient and their doctor by audio or.video device could previously only be.offered to patients that had an.established relationship with our doctor.now doctors can provide these services.to both new and established patients the.patient must verbally consent to at.least once a year to receive virtual.check-in services the Medicare.coinsurance and deductibles generally.apply to these services the practitioner.may respond to the patient's concerned.by telephone audio/video secure text.messaging email or use of a patient.portal standard Part B cost-sharing.applies to both.in addition separate from these virtual.check-in services captured video or.images can be sent to a physician hick.pix code g20 1-0 key takeaways about.virtual check-ins.our CMS is exercising enforcement.discretion to allow these services to be.billed for both new and established.patients service is not limited to only.rural settings or certain locations.patient must agree to the virtual.service use hick pix code g20 1/2 or.hick pix code g20 1-0 virtual check-ins.can be conducted with a broader range of.communication methods unlike Medicare.telehealth visits which require audio.and visual capabilities for real-time.communication Eve is 'its Eve is 'its.are non face-to-face patient initiated.communications through an online patient.portal.in all types of locations including the.patient's home and in all areas not just.rural established Medicare patients may.have non face-to-face patient initiated.communications with their doctors.without going to the doctor's office by.using online patient portals the.Medicare coinsurance and deductibles.codes for practitioners who may bill.independently Medicare Part B also pays.for a visit or patient initiated online.evaluation and management conducted via.a patient portal practitioners who may.independently bill Medicare for.evaluation and management visits for.instance physicians and nurse.practitioners can bill the following.codes nine nine four two one nine nine.four two two nine nine four two three.codes for practitioners who may not bill.independently clinicians who may not.independently bill for evaluation and.management visits for example physical.therapists occupational therapists.speech language pathologists clinical.psychologists can also provide these Eve.is 'its and bill the following codes G 2.0 6 1 G 2 0 6 2 G 2 0 6 3 key takeaways.for Eve is its include this is not.limited to only rural settings there are.no Geographic or location restrictions.for these visits patients communicate.with their doctors without going to the.doctor's office by using online patient.portals individual services need to be.initiated by the patient however.practitioners may educate beneficiaries.on the availability of the service prior.to patient initiation the services may.be build using CPT codes nine nine four.two one through nine nine four to three.and hick picks codes G to 0-6 one.through G to 0-6 three as applicable the.Medicare coinsurance and deductibles.generally apply to these services.audio-only evaluation and management or.assessment and management services.audio-only services describe evaluation.and management a / M or assessment and.management services furnished by a.physician or qualified health care.professional via telephone or online.when can audio-only services be used.practitioner can furnish audio-only.visits to beneficiaries who do not have.access to or choose not to use two-way.audio video technology it is expected.that these phone visits will be.initiated by the patient however.practitioners may need to educate.beneficiaries on the availability of the.service prior to patient initiation.Medicare coinsurance and deductibles.generally apply to these services.clinicians who may independently bill.for evaluation and management visits can.provide audio-only visits and bill the.following codes nine nine four four one.nine nine four four two nine nine four.four three.clinicians who may not independently.bill for evaluation and management.visits can provide audio-only visits and.build the following codes nine eight.nine six six nine eight nine six seven.nine eight nine six eight.how will Medicare pay for audio-only.services Medicare will pay for the.telephone evaluation and management.visits to match payments for established.patient office and outpatient visits key.takeaways for audio-only services.include effective March 1 CMS began.making payment for audio only evaluation.and management or assessment and.management visits the payments for the.audio only evaluation and management.visits match the payments made for.established patient office and.outpatient visits.CMS is exercising enforcement discretion.to allow the audio-only evaluation and.management or assessment and management.services to be billed for both new and.established patients there are no.restrictions on where beneficiaries must.be located to receive an audio-only.evaluation and management or assessment.and management service.audio-only evaluation and management or.assessment and management visits may be.built using CPT codes nine nine four.four one through nine nine four four.three four nine eight nine six six.through nine eight nine six eight.the Medicare coinsurance and deductibles.generally apply to these services.are there any other professional.services that medicare covers Medicare.pays separately for other professional.services that are commonly furnished.remotely using telecommunications.technology without restrictions that.apply to Medicare telehealth these.services including physician.interpretation of diagnostic tests care.management services and virtual.check-ins are normally furnished through.communication technology.how does a qualified provider bill for.telehealth services Medicare telehealth.services are generally billed as if the.service had been furnished in person.during the Phe for the kovat 19 pandemic.Medicare telehealth services claims.should reflect the designated POS code.for the location where the service would.have occurred in person and modifier.nine five to indicate that the billed.service was furnished as a professional.telehealth service from a distant site.however consistent with current rules.for traditional telehealth services.there are three additional scenarios.where modifiers are required on Medicare.telehealth claims.in cases when a telehealth service is.furnished via asynchronous.store-and-forward technology as part of.a federal telemedicine demonstration.project in Alaska and Hawaii the GQ.modifier is required when a telehealth.service is billed under com method to.the GT modifier is required.finally when telehealth service is.furnished for purposes of diagnosis and.treatment of an acute stroke the Geo.modifier is required when billing claims.for telehealth services with dates of.service on or after March 1st 2020 and.for the duration of the public health.emergency Phe bill with the place of.service.POS equal to what it would have been in.the absence of a PHA along with a.modifier nine five indicating that the.service rendered was actually performed.via telehealth as a reminder CMS is not.requiring the CR modifier on telehealth.services how much does Medicare pay for.telehealth services.Medicare pays the same amount for.telehealth services as it would if the.service were furnished in person.should on-site visits conducted via.video or through a window in the clinic.suite be reported as telehealth services.services should only be reported as.telehealth services when the individual.physician or professional providing the.telehealth service is not at the same.location as the beneficiary that doesn't.mean that service conducted via video or.through a window cannot be reported.the most up-to-date information on.coronavirus waivers and flexibilities.can be found in mln matters article se2.0 0 1 1 at HTTP colon slash slash w WCMS.gov slash files slash document / SE 2 0.0 1 1 dot PDF.this concludes our overview of Medicare.coverage and payment of virtual services.this educational product was prepared as.a service to the public and is not.intended to grant rights or impose.obligations this educational product may.contain references or links to statutes.regulations or other policy materials.the information provided is only.intended to be a general summary it is.not intended to take the place of either.the written law or regulations we.encourage readers to review the specific.statutes regulations and other.interpretive materials for a full and.accurate statement of their contents the.Medicare Learning Network mln connects.and mln matters are registered.trademarks of the US Department of.Health and Human 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