State Telehealth Regulations Interactive Map

Explore our interactive map below, and lean on Wheel's team of experts to help navigate the complex regulatory landscape in virtual care.

Key telehealth laws by state

Select or click on your state below to see the telehealth regulations specific to your area.*

WA OR AK UT NM CO WY ID MT ND MN IA MO LA MS AL TN GA FL SC NC VA WV KY IN OH PA NY ME NH MA HI CT NJ MD DC VT IL MI WI SD NE KS OK TX AZ AR RI DE CA NV

Map key

Modality for reimbursed visits (commercial payers only)

  • No statute: There are currently no commercial payer telehealth statutes in this state.
  • Asynchronous: The state has a statute mandating coverage for asynchronous telehealth visits.
  • Synchronous: The state has a statute mandating coverage for synchronous telehealth visits, but does not mandate coverage for asynchronous telehealth visits.
  • Contract specific: The payer contract dictates scope of coverage.
  • Internet prescribing law, regulation or board rules or guidance column

Internet prescribing law, regulation, or board rules or guidance

  • Yes: There is a law, regulation, or board rules or guidance describing the requirements for prescribing non-controlled drugs via telehealth.
  • No: There is not a pertinent law, regulation, or board rules or guidance describing the requirements for prescribing non-controlled drugs via telehealth.

NP scope of practice

  • Independent: Nurse practitioners in these states may practice independently without physician supervision or collaboration.
  • Transition to independent: Nurse practitioners in these states may practice independently after meeting certain experience and/or education thresholds. Note that the nurse practitioner may be required to apply for independent practice.
  • Supervision: Nurse practitioners in these states must practice with a supervising or collaborating physician for at least one element of practice or to bill certain payers (e.g., Michigan).
  • Geographic supervision: Nurse practitioners in these states must practice within a certain geographic proximity of the supervising or collaborating physician.

*Disclaimer: The information contained in this map is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. We recommend that you consult with legal counsel to verify that this map is consistent with your business model as there may be additional requirements that are not reflected in or contemplated by this map. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in this map without seeking legal or other professional advice.

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