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Telehealth laws and licensure requirements for the Republic of the Marshall Islands
There are no telehealth related laws in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI).
Currently there are no laws requiring health care providers to have a medical license to see patients located in RMI via telehealth. The provider may apply for a temporary license and should contact the RMI Ministry of Health and Human Services for more information on the process for obtaining a temporary license.
Republic of the Marshall Islands Ministry of Health and Social Services
Majuro, Marshall Islands 96960(692) email@example.com
The Republic of the Marshall Islands is not part of the US Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
Resolution 03 (PDF) was passed by the Nitijela (Parliament) of the Marshall Islands on February 18th, 2020 as requested by the country’s President in response to the Global Health Emergency of International Concern. This Resolution took effect and expired 12 months after the date of certification.
On February 18, 2021 Resolution 34ND1 (PDF) extended this State of Emergency for another 12 months.
There are no provisions in the PHE resolutions that provide or allow waivers on telehealth or licensure.
The Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center (PBTRC) is an affiliation of the 14 Telehealth Resource Centers funded individually through cooperative agreements from the Health Resources & Services Administration, Office for the Advancement of Telehealth. This website was made possible by grant GA5RH37468 and 1 U1UTH42529‐01‐00 from the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth/Health Resources and Services Administration/HRSA.