Minnesota Telehealth Policy

Minnesota Telehealth Policy

Minnesota does not currently have an active PHE.

Minnesota is an expansion state with full commerical & Medicaid parity.

Minnesota Medicaid allows telehealth from any originating site, but does not pay any originating site facility fees.

Providers eligible to bill Medicaid for telehealth include: Physicians, PAs, NPs, CNSs, nurse midwifes, public health nurses/clinics, RDs/nutrition professionals, audiologists, dentists, dental hygienists, dental therapists, mental health professionals, PTs, OTs, STs, pharmacists, certified genetic counselors, podiatrists

Non-covered Medicaid services include: Prescription renewals, appointment scheduling, clarification of issues from a previous visit, reporting test results, non-clinical communication, day treatment, partial hospitalization programs, residential treatment services, case management face-to-face contact

Medicaid pays FQHCs a PPS rate and covers RPM services.

Minnesota participates in the following interstate licensure compacts: Medical and Psychology (Counseling and ASLP pending).

RECIPROCITY: Physicians licensed in another state may register to provide telehealth services to patients in Minnesota.

Minnesota Policy Summary Sheet