This bill would adopt the Federation of State Medical Boards’ Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
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This bill provides the regulatory requirements for a medical cannabis patient registry. It states that an in-person examination for the purposes of obtaining medical cannibus may not be performed by remote means, including telemedicine or via the internet.
This bill relates to the use of store-and-forward technology in the practice of telehealth.
Changes the Laws regarding the provision of telehealth services. In particular it establishes providers and originating sites that qualify to provide telehealth services in their Medicaid program.
This bill would provide assistance to public elementary and secondary schools to set up on-site telehealth clinics.
This bill defines what qualifies as an originating site for telehealth reimbursement through the Medicaid program. It would include school-based sites.
This bill would define telemedicine and telehealth medical services and would require the department to develop and implement a system to reimburse providers of services under the MO HealthNet Program for services performed using telemedicine or telehealth.
This bill would direct the Department to promulgate rules for the use of out-of-state health care providers enrolled as MO HealthNet providers to use telehealth services in collaboration with a licensed Missouri health care providers in order to address provider shortages in a geographic area; and specialists, including hospitalists, to monitor patients through telehealth services in small and rural or community hospitals.
This bill would require the Department of Social Services to promulgate rules to set requirements for the use of: (1) out of state health care providers enrolled as MO Healthnet providers to use MO Healthnet Telehealth services in collaboration with a licensed Missouri health care provider in order to address provider shortage in a geographic area; and (2) specialists, including hospitalists, to monitor patients through telehealth services in small and rural or community hospitals.
This bill would direct the Department to establish a statewide program that permits reimbursement under the MO Healthnet Program for home telemonitoring services.