Certification for Telemedicine Providers

Healthcare Merchant Certification Isn’t Just for Pharmacies
It includes telemedicine and telehealth providers, and it’s required by many major credit cards and internet platforms.

Without certification from a recognized entity such as LegitScript, many banks, advertising programs, social media platforms, and e-commerce websites will terminate your account.

Keep Your Telemedicine Business Healthy
Get Certified and Watch Your Business Thrive

Telemedicine providers can prove they operate safely and in compliance with our high standards with LegitScript Healthcare Merchant Certification.

Without it? Your account could be vulnerable to suspension by many payment providers. And you'll be limited in your ability to advertise on major search engines and social media platforms, including Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and TikTok.

Certification Pricing

Certification for telemedicine and telehealth providers is priced under Healthcare Merchant Certification, Category C.

One-Time Application Fee Per Website* Annual Fee Per Website**
$975 USD $1,995 USD

LegitScript offers an expedited processing service for applicants wanting to expedite the start of their application review. For further information and pricing, create an account or sign in.

* The application fee is nonrefundable.

** Annual monitoring fees will be applicable upon certification.

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- Zachariah Reitano, Founder Roman Health

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