Marilyn Skrocki, JD, MBA, MISM, FACHE
Saginaw Valley State University

Marilyn Skrocki FACHE, JD, MBA, MISM is Professor in Health Sciences & Graduate Program Coordinator for the Master of Science Health Administration and Leadership program at Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan. As a licensed attorney, Marilyn Skrocki is a member of the Michigan Bar Association and holds membership in the Health Law Section of the Michigan State Bar Association. She holds master’s degrees in business and information systems management, earning Advanced Studies Certificate in Information Security & Networking Management and an Advanced Studies Certificate in Management Tools & Techniques.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Consistent with the Triple Aim for Healthcare of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Telehealth offers the potential to improve equity of access to health services in a cost-effective manner, resulting in better care, better health, and lower costs. Historically, Medicare Part B covered only certain services, like office visits and consultations, provided using an interactive 2-way telecommunication system (with real-time audio and video) by a distant site practitioner with a rural originating site beneficiary. However, Telehealth services have been expanded under federal law…