SB 1328 – Idaho

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2022

HEALTH — Amends existing law to clarify interactions that qualify as telehealth services sufficient to establish a prescriber-patient relationship. This legislation amends Chapter 57, the Idaho Telehealth Access Act, to expand the use of asynchronous technology in delivering healthcare services through telehealth. Currently, Idaho law permits the use of asynchronous “store-and-forward” technology, but this definition does not accurately reflect advances in
technology that allow providers to treat certain lower-acuity conditions without a real-time audio or visual component. This legislation also amends Section 54-1733 to permit asynchronous prescribing of legend drugs.

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