Telehealth is a clinical service that allows a provider to use technology to evaluate, diagnose, and care for patients at a distance. This is commonly done by utilizing video conferencing over the internet using a secure HIPAA compliant application. The patient may participate in the process by using a personal computer with a webcam or smart mobile device with a built-in video camera.
When scheduling your appointment, our staff will briefly discuss your reason for treatment. If it is something that your chosen provider treats and that provider participates in telehealth services then you will be scheduled for a telehealth appointment. At your first appointment your provider will discuss your symptoms with you in detail to ensure that telehealth services are appropriate given your level of care. If not, then they may recommend in-office appointment with them or assist you in connecting with a provider near you. Please note that not every condition is appropriate for telehealth services.
There are many advantages to telehealth services. Some of those include but are not limited to: no transportation time or costs, minimal time taken off work for an appointment, eliminating the need for child or elder care while you are at your appointment, less exposure to illness, and improved health outcomes.
Telehealth is an ever-evolving field. You are highly encouraged to check with your insurance company to determine if they will cover telehealth services.
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