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Who is considered a non-patient facing clinician?

To be a non-patient facing clinician, you:

  • Bill for 100 patient-facing encounters or less, including Medicare telehealth services, during the non-patient facing determination period.
  • Have a group where more than 75 percent of the NPIs billing under the group’s TIN bill for 100 patient-facing encounters or less, including Medicare telehealth services, during the non-patient facing determination period.

No changes were made to this definition for 2018.

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