Effective October 7, 2019, Maryland Medicaid Telehealth Program expanded telehealth to allow all distant site provider types. Providers must consult their professional licensing boards to check if rendering services via telehealth is permitted within their scope of practice. The Telehealth Program does not have any geographic restrictions.
Telehealth participants may be enrolled in the fee-for-service (FFS) program or a HealthChoice managed care organization (MCO). Telehealth providers must be enrolled in the Maryland Medical Assistance Program.
Effective January 1, 2018, the Maryland Department of Health reimburses for remote patient monitoring services for chronic conditions.