State Telehealth Policies for Cross-State Licensing - CCHP (2022)

Any health care provider who uses telemedicine or engages in telehealth while providing health care services to a patient, shall:

  • Be validly licensed, certified, or registered, pursuant to Title 45 of the Revised Statutes, to provide such services in the State of New Jersey;
  • Remain subject to regulation by the appropriate New Jersey State licensing board or other New Jersey State professional regulatory entity;
  • Act in compliance with existing requirements regarding the maintenance of liability insurance; and
  • Remain subject to New Jersey jurisdiction

SOURCE: NJ Statute C.45:1-62(2)(b). (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A social worker must hold a license or certificate issued by the Board if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:15BB-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

The provisions of (d) above shall not apply when a healthcare provider located in another state provides clinical supervision pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:44G-8.1.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:44G-15.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A practicing psychologist must hold a license issued by the Board if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides psychological services to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides psychological services to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensed practicing psychologist in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing psychological services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:14B-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:42-13.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant must hold a license issued by the Board if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensed physical therapist or licensed physical therapist assistant in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

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SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:39A-10.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

An audiologist and/or speech language pathologist must hold a license issued by the Committee if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in, or out of, New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:3B-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:44C-11.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A nurse must hold a license issued by the Board if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:9-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:37-8A.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

An acupuncturist must hold a license issued by the Board if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with an acupuncturist in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:35-9.21. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A genetic counselor must hold a license issued by the Committee if he or she:

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  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensed genetic counselor in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:35-14.19. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A marriage and family therapist or associate marriage and family therapist must hold a license issued by the Board, if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides marriage and family therapy services to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides marriage and family therapy services to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing healthcare services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:8B-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:34-6A.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides professional counseling or rehabilitation counseling, as applicable, to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides professional counseling or rehabilitation counseling, as applicable, to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing healthcare services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:8B-34 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:34-32.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

An electrologist must hold a license issued by the Committee if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides electrology services to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides electrology services to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:9-37.76 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:35-12A.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A physician assistant must hold a license issued by the Board if he or she:

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  • Is located in New Jersey and provides healthcare services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides healthcare services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing healthcare services to a patient in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:9-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:35-2C.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A telemedicine or telehealth organization, whether operating as a distant site, originating site, or both, shall register with the Department prior to providing services in the State.

See rule for additional requirements.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 8:53-2.1 (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A hearing aid dispenser must hold a license issued by the Committee if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 , a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:35-8.21. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

An alcohol and drug counselor must hold a license or certification, as applicable, issued by the Committee, if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides alcohol and drug counseling to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides alcohol and drug counseling to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct a client’s care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:2D-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

Credentialed interns, as defined at N.J.A.C. 13:34C-6.1, who engage in telemedicine or telehealth shall do so consistent with P.L. 2017, c. 117 (N.J.S.A. 45:1-61 et seq.) and the rules of their respective licensing board.

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SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:34C-7.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

An occupational therapist, occupational therapy assistant, temporary occupational therapist, or temporary licensed occupational therapy assistant must hold a license issued by the Council, if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides occupational therapy services to any client located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides occupational therapy services to any client located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct client care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a client in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:37-51, et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:44k-7.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A dentist or dental hygienist must hold a license, as applicable, issued by the Board, if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:6-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:30-9.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

A respiratory care practitioner must hold a license issued by the Board, if he or she:

  • Is located in New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in or out of New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth; or
  • Is located outside of New Jersey and provides health care services to any patient located in New Jersey by means of telemedicine or telehealth.

Notwithstanding N.J.S.A. 45:1-62 and (c) above, a healthcare provider located in another state who consults with a licensee in New Jersey through the use of information and communications technologies, but does not direct patient care, will not be considered as providing health care services to a patient in New Jersey consistent with N.J.S.A. 45:14E-1 et seq., and will not be required to obtain licensure in New Jersey in order to provide such consultation.

SOURCE: NJ Administrative Code 13:44F-11.1. (Accessed Apr. 2022).

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