South Dakota Telehealth Policy
South Dakota does not currently have an active PHE.
South Dakota is a non-expansion state with full coverage parity.
South Dakota Medicaid pays a facility fee to the following originating sites: Practitioner office, outpatient hospital, CAHs, RHCs, FQHCs, IHS clinics, CMHCs, nursing facilities, schools, substance use disorder agencies
Eligible distant site providers include: Certified Social Worker – PIP, Certified Social Worker – PIP Candidate, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Community Health Worker (CHW), Community Mental Health Centers, Dentists, Diabetes Education Program, Dieticians, FQHCs, Indian Health Services (IHS) Clinics, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor – MH, Licensed Professional Counselor – working toward MH designation, Nurse Practitioners, Nutritionists, Physicians, Physician Assistants, Podiatrists, Psychologist, RHCs, Speech Language Pathologists, Substance Use Disorder Agencies, Tribal 638 facilities
Medicaid pays FQHCs a PPS rate and does not cover RPM services.
South Dakota participates in the following interstate licensure compacts: Medical, eRN, PT, and EMS