Pandemic Rules/Waivers to be Revoked



Effective February 4, 2024, three of the New Jersey Department of Health’s (DOH) waivers/temporary rules granted during the Covid-19 pandemic will be revoked. The first waiver concerns permitting healthcare practitioners to provide services using telehealth/telemedicine for long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, and licensed health care facilities. The second waiver was issued for services related to providing home health services to patients outside of the approved license/geography and providing hospice services to patients outside the hospice service area. The third waiver relates to the requirement that ambulatory care facilities with a mobile van submit to the DOH a service schedule.

For more information, contact:
John D. Fanburg, Chair | 973.403.3107 |
Edward Hilzenrath | 973.403.3114 |
Erika R. Marshall | 973.364.5236 |

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