Telehealth services are expanded to protect the public's health and increase access to medical care in New Hampshire during the COVID-19 state of emergency.
During the COVID-19 State of Emergency, all health insurance carriers regulated by the New Hampshire Insurance Department, all health benefit plans authorized under RSA 5-B, and New Hampshire Medicaid coverage, including all Medicaid Managed Care Organizations, are required to allow all in-network providers to deliver clinically appropriate, medically necessary covered services to members via telehealth.
Medical providers are allowed to perform health care services through the use of all modes of telehealth to treat the residents of the state of NH for all medically necessary services. Including:
- video and audio,
- or other electronic media,
Medical providers for telehealth services include:
- Physician Assistants,
- Clinical Nurse Specialists/
- Nurse Midwifes,
- Registered Nurse Anesthetists,
- Clinical Psychologists
- School Psychologists
- Clinical Social Workers,
- Master's Level Psychiatric Nurses,
- Pastoral Psychotherapists,
- Marriage and Family therapists,
- Clinical Mental Health Counselors,
- any other provider licensed by the Board of Mental Health Practice,
- LADCs, MLADCs, CRSWs,
- Applied Behavioral Analysts,
- Registered Dietitians or nutritional professionals,
- Community Mental Health Providers.
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