Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know

telehealth_v2.jpgNew CMS Guidlines for Telehealth


For all those who were previously eligible to bill Medicare, CMS has broadened who can bill for telehealth services. Learn more about new CMS Interim Final Rules and blanket waivers.

Guidelines for Telehealth Evaluations with Numotion:
  • One party (ATP or clinician) must be present, in person, with the client/patient
  • In person ATP follow-up visits will be performed prior to authorization for complex rehab clients when the ATP is the remote party
  • Documentation must be completed independently
 

Guidelines for Telehealth Deliveries & Final Fitting with Numotion:


Numotion understands the importance of including the clinician in many delivery/final fittings. The telehealth solution allows the clinician to remotely be part of the mobility device delivery when it is not possible in the clinic. Delivering the mobility equipment to the home also promotes social distancing and will free up valuable clinic time.


Billing for Telehealth Evaluations:

Therapists should refer to their own facilities, organizations, representative bodies and relevant payers to understand appropriateness of these methods, and how/if they should be billed. Therapists remain responsible for their own billing/payment.

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