Telehealth Evals for Complex Rehab: What's Involved?
CMS relaxed telehealth regulations for CRT, but what are the technology tools available and how do providers implement it? Moreover, shouldn’t it be a regular part of the way care and business are conducted?
- By David Kopf
- Apr 21, 2021
When the COVID-19 pandemic, one sector of post-acute care that got hit hard was complex rehab, but there was a silver lining: CMS and other payers relaxed the guidelines around telehealth as a means to carrying out patient evaluations.
One company that has been at the fore of that technology is TeleHealth Clinical Evals, and in the current episode of the HMEB Podcast, CEO Bill Paul, talks about the importance of telehealth for CRT, the technology and tools involved, the problems they solve, and the benefits telehealth brings to patients and providers alike.
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In the previous episode of the HMEB Podcast, audit expert Wayne van Halem, president of The van Halem Group, joins the podcast to discuss how CMS’s resumption of TPE, RAC and other audits programs is progressing, as well as what expanding resources at OMHA might mean or HME providers.
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David Kopf is the Publisher and Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazines. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.