Ensures that health care professionals who provide services through telemedicine, have current information available, making it possible for them to provide telemedicine services to residents of Washington state.
Beginning January 1, 2022, prior to providing services, a health care professional who provides clinical services through telemedicine will complete telemedicine training, attest acknowledgment and understanding, and maintain documentation.
Updated on 4.12.19:
The substitute bill:
Makes the telemedicine training optional and requires the telemedicine collaborative to make a training available on its website by January 1, 2020.