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Colorado

Colorado has no law limiting the practice of nutrition but does limit who may call themselves a dietitian. You may not claim to be a dietitian or use any abbreviations associated with dietitians unless you have met educational and credentialing requirements. Colorado Code 6-1-707(b).

You may provide telehealth services from the state of Colorado, however, you must be mindful of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requirements and use compliant software packages, such as Practice Better, Zoom Health, etc.

Source: https://law.justia.com/codes/colorado/2017/title-6/fair-trade-and-restraint-of-trade/article-1/part-7/section-6-1-707/

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