Alabama Telemedicine Policy

Alabama Telemedicine Policy

Alabama continues to pave the way to broader telemedicine coverage.

Alabama was also one of the first states to join the Interstate Medical Licensing Compact, which allows physicians to consult out-of-state patients via telemedicine.

A spin-off of Alabama’s successful Patient 1st medical home model also uses home health nurses employed by the Department of Health to remotely monitor vital signs for patients with diabetes, hypertension, and congestive heart disease.

Ready to find out more about Alabama’s telemedicine policy? Check out our state guide below!

State Policy Overview

  • Medicaid
  • Private Payers
  • Parity