Updated: Nov 19, 2020
Yes, Telemedicine is a Real Thing
All eyes are on COVID-19 as they should be. However, not every cough, sore throat, and sneeze signals the novel coronavirus. Unfortunately, other medical issues ignored the memo that they should go on hiatus while we solve this challenge. That’s why there’s telemedicine. Telemed wasn’t created by this situation. It has been around for, successfully, and effectively for years.
What is Telemedicine?
Telemedicine is the use of telecommunications technology to provide real-time health care
to patients at a distance
for patients not requiring in-office visits.
Is Telemedicine Secure?
We take privacy and security very seriously. We implement state of the art security and encryption protocols to assure that data integrity and privacy is maintained. Our system complies with HIPAA, GDPR, PHIPA/PIPEDA, & HITECH requirements.
What is Telemedicine Used for?
Patients who are experiencing flu-like, COVID-19 like symptoms
Medication Management--Telemedicine is a great way for us to keep in touch with you to assure you remain compliant with your prescribed medication regimen.
Routine Follow-Up--We can use telemedicine to review test results and check-in to monitor any changes, especially for medical cannabis patients and Suboxone patients.
Diabetes Care and Management--Telemedicine is an effective and efficient way to engage with diabetic patients. With telemedicine, you can report your progress from the convenience of your own home.
Additional medical concerns
Is it Appropriate for Your Condition?
We don’t know that until we talk about it first.
For appointments and questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (716) 277-0267.
Please be kind. Stay home. Wash your hands. Maintain social distance. Don’t touch your face.