Telehealth

COVID-19 has forever changed how care is provided remotely to patients. Telehealth has become the go-to medium for clinicians to connect with their patients as a way of diagnosing and monitoring health conditions.

Qsource has a long history of working with healthcare providers when it comes to Telehealth services. We’ve done this through our assistance with electronic health records to connect patients’ data with their multiple providers creating better health outcomes. We’ve worked with providers to educate staff and patients on the benefits of telehealth, bringing everyone on the same page in the care provided and technology used.

To further assist, we’ve collected telehealth resource that have proven useful when providing care. If we can be of any assistance to you, please contact us.

Resources

Telehealth Toolkits
Each toolkit contains electronic links to reliable sources of information on telehealth and telemedicine, which will reduce the time providers spend searching for answers and increase their time with patients. Many of these links will help providers learn about the general concept of telehealth, choose telemedicine vendors, initiate a telemedicine program, monitor patients remotely, and develop documentation tools. Additionally, the information contained within each toolkit will also outline temporary virtual services that can be used to treat patients.

General Practitioners Toolkit | End-Stage Renal Disease Providers Toolkit | LTC Nursing Homes Toolkit

Webinar: Using Telehealth to Improve Quality Measures

Webinar: Why Telehealth Webinar Series

Telehealth & COVID-19

Providers and patients are turning to telehealth resources and capabilities during the global pandemic. Each state is issuing guidance on proper usage and billing for telehealth services. You can find details about each state’s guidelines below and additional information about COVID-19 here.

Ohio | Ohio Department of Medicaid Telehealth Rules: FAQs | March 20, 2020

Telehealth Video: Medicare Coverage and Payment of Virtual Services

CMS updated a video that answers common questions about the expanded Medicare telehealth services benefit during the COVID-19 public health emergency. New information includes how CMS adds services to the list of telehealth services, additional practitioners that can provide telehealth services, and the distant site services that Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) can provide. Further, the video includes information about audio-only telehealth services, telehealth services that hospitals, nursing homes and home health agencies can provide, along with how to correctly bill for telehealth services.