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10.41.06.00.htm 10.41.06.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 41 BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR AUDIOLOGISTS, HEARING AID DISPENSERS, AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS Chapter 06 Telehealth Communication Authority: Health Occupations Article, §2-201 and 2-205, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.41.06.01.htm 10.41.06.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Board" means the State Board of Examiners for Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers, and Speech-Language Pathologists.2) "Consultant" means any professional who collaborates with a provider of telehealth services to provide services to patients.3) "Patient" means a consumer of telehealth services.. 4) "Provider" means an audiologist, hearing aid dispenser, or speech-langua
10.41.06.02.htm 10.41.06.02. 02 Service Delivery Models.. A. Telehealth may be delivered in a variety of ways including those listed in §B―E of this regulation.B. Store-and-forward model/electronic transmission is an asynchronous electronic transmission of stored clinical data from one location to another usually by the internet via email and fax.C. Clinician interactive model is a synchronous, real time interaction between the provider and patient or consultant that may occur via audio and vid
10.41.06.03.htm 10.41.06.03. 03 Guidelines for the Use of Telehealth.. A. A provider shall be accountable for any ethical and scope of practice requirements when providing telehealth services.B. The scope, nature, and quality of services provided via telepractice are the same as that provided during in-person sessions by the provider.C. The quality of electronic transmissions shall be appropriate for the provision of telehealth services as if those services were provided in person.D. A provider shall only
10.41.06.04.htm 10.41.06.04. 04 Limitations of Teleheath Services.. A. A provider of telehealth services shall inform the patient and consultants as to the limitations of providing these services, including the following:1) The inability to have direct, physical contact with the patient is a primary difference between telehealth and direct in-person service delivery;2) The knowledge, experiences, and qualifications of the consultant providing data and information to the provider of the tel
10.41.06.05.htm 10.41.06.05. 05 Requirements of Personnel Providing Telehealth Services.. A. A provider of telehealth services who practices in the State shall be licensed by the Board.. B. A provider of telehealth services shall be competent in both the type of services provided and the methodology and equipment used to provide the service.C. A provider of telehealth services who resides out of State and who provides services to Maryland residents shall be licensed by the Board.
10.41.06.9999.htm 10.41.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: October 20, 2008 (35:21 Md. R. 1824).
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