If you’re tired of the back-and-forth of doctor visits to manage a chronic illness, there’s an easier way — try telemedicine. Find out how it might work for you.
Telemedicine is today’s version of a doctor’s house call. By leveraging technology, such as your smart phone or tablet, you can find a convenient way to access quality medical care. But it’s not always appropriate. Learn about the pros and cons.
A new option that offers a face-to-face teleconference visit with a doctor is popping up in neighborhood drugstores and grocery stores. These telemedicine healthcare kiosks are a budget-friendly alternative to the walk-in clinics run by drugstore pharmacies. “Telemedicine kiosks are currently being used to diagnose and treat simple, acute illnesses, such as colds and flu, … Read More
Technology is making all aspects of our lives easier and more convenient – and that includes doctor and healthcare provider visits. Telemedicine is the electronic exchange of health information from one site to another. “Telemedicine can now be used to diagnose medical conditions that may have previously required an office visit,” says internal medicine specialist … Read More