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Category Archives: Medicare

New Medicaid Rules Support Telemedicine

Written by S.O.

Posted on November 23, 2015 at 7:30 am

medicaid The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have issued a decisive rule that collates the policies related to the responsibilities of the state Medicaid agency in practicing and supervising access to innovative methods of healthcare. According to the rule, states are required to come up with an access-monitoring plan, so that proper ac .......


Telemedicine and Medicare

Written by S.O.

Posted on October 22, 2015 at 4:06 pm

Medicare is one of the two largest public health insurance programs available in the US. Medicare serves mostly the elderly (age >=65 years), but also provides health insurance to younger people suffering from severe disabilities. Medicare – A Statistical Overview Statista, a data specialist website that lists data from 18,000 different sources and is endorsed by journalists from The Wall Street Journal., lists the basic numbers for the Medicare program. · Total number of Medicare hos .......



Does Medicaid and Medicare Cover Telemedicine?

Written by S.O.

Posted on September 23, 2015 at 6:30 am

Telemedicine, the remote delivery of healthcare services, is growing in popularity. It is vital and a cost-effective way to deliver care to homebound senior citizens and others who have limited access to a doctor due to being in remote locations or other constraints. It can eliminate the hassle of filling prescriptions and diagnosing common illnesses that can take up valuable physician time. Today, many private insurance companies offer coverage for telemedicine services, and the number is growi .......


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