LB400: Expand Telehealth Access

Introduced on January 14, 2021
Status: Signed into Law




The Platte Institute provided testimony in support of LB400. This bill makes current emergency provisions expanding access to telehealth in Nebraska permanent by allowing appropriate telehealth services to be provided wherever patients may be located, including through audio-only formats for behavioral health services. Telehealth services may also be initiated with verbal consent from a patient. Written consent to receive services (which may be provided electronically) will still be required within ten days, but is not required prior to the consultation.

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Last Action

LB400 was signed into law on April 21, 2021. It was Sen. John Arch's 2021 priority bill. Click here to read the Platte Institute's testimony.