Resources & Reports


New Briefs Highlight Virtual Care Best Practices and Benefits for Health Centers

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration Bureau of Primary Health Care recently released a series of briefsregarding the Optimizing Virtual Care (OVC) program and health center experiences and strategies related to virtual care implementation. Using Fiscal year (FY) 2022 funding, the OVC program funded 29 health centers to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative evidence-based virtual care strategies designed to expand telehealth utilization, health care access and clinical quality for underserved communities, as well as improve health outcomes, enhance care coordination, and promote health equity.


JUST RELEASED!! Telehealth Policy Summary Report: Insights into State-Level Trends from CCHP (Spring 2023 Edition

Today the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP) is releasing its Summary of state telehealth policy changes for Spring.  Additionally, we are also making available a summary chart showing where states stand on many key telehealth policies, as well as aninfographic highlighting our key findings.  The most current information in CCHP’s online policy finder tool may be exported for each state into a PDF document.  Note that the review period for this report was January through March 2023.


State Telehealth Laws and Reimbursement Policies Report, Spring 2023

The Center for Connected Health Policy’s (CCHP) Spring 2023 Summary Report of the state telehealth laws and Medicaid program policies is now available as well as updated information on our online Policy Finder tool.  The most current information in the online tool may be exported for each state into a PDF document. The following is a summary of the current status of telehealth policy in the states given these new updates.  Historically CCHP has provided these bi-annual summary reports in the Spring and Fall each year to provide a snapshot of the progress made in the past six months. Beginning in Fall 2023, the summary report will transition to being released once per year in the Fall only, with three separate rounds of updates being made to each jurisdiction in the Policy Finder in the interim. CCHP is committed to providing timely policy information that is easy for users to navigate and understand through our Policy Finder. The information for this summary report covers updates in state telehealth policy made between January and March 2023.


Read the executive summary

While this Executive Summary provides an overview of findings, it must be stressed that there are nuances in many of the telehealth policies. To fully understand a specific policy and all its intricacies, the full language of it must be read utilizing CCHP’s telehealth Policy Finder.

Fact Sheet

Infographic, State Telehealth Laws and Reimbursement Policies, Spring 2023

An ‘At a Glance’ look at trends in state telehealth laws, regulations and reimbursement policies across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. See the number of states reimbursing for different modalities.  All information is based on the policies reviewed for each state between January and March 2023.

Fact Sheet

State Summary Chart, Telehealth Laws and Reimbursement Policies, Spring 2023

This chart provides a quick reference summary of each state’s telehealth policy on Medicaid reimbursement, private payer reimbursement laws (both if a law exists and whether or not payment parity is required), and professional requirements around interstate compacts and consent based on information gathered between January and March 2023.