Tag: physician

20
Aug

After Purchasing, When Can I Use 24×7 Doctor Call?

You’ve purchased 24×7 Doctor Call’s telemedicine services! Now what? Just 24 hours after purchase, you will receive a personalized email with steps to complete your registration. These steps include things like creating your profile so when telemedicine doctors contact you they know who you are, and details about your medical history. Within 72 hours of submitting your registration, you will

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5
Aug

Telemedicine Terminology

Medicine, like any other area of specialization, has a language all its own, and 24X7 Doctor Call is no different. We realize some of the terminology can be confusing, so below we have explained in detail some of the basic concepts and language used in telemedicine. That way, once you are registered and gain access you will have a much

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22
Jul

Turn to Telemedicine

Things are strange right now. Should you be shopping for back-to-school items or stocking up again on toilet paper? If you do run errands, do you need to grab your mask? Have you checked to see if the store has changed its hours? In these unique and unconventional times, it’s comforting to know that you can always turn to telemedicine!

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17
Jun

Telemedicine: Leading the Way in Health Care Technology Advancement

Recent efforts in COVID-19-related collaboration among health-care professionals across the country have highlighted several weak spots in the U.S.’  public health data technology. On May 13, 2020, the Seattle Times ran an article from the Associated Press by Frank Bajak titled “Faxes and email: Old technology slows COVID-19 response.” In it, the CDC’s No. 2 official, Anne Schuchat, acknowledged the

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20
May

I really like my doctor. Does that mean telemedicine isn’t for me? What if I have good insurance?

No matter what your situation, telemedicine can be a huge benefit! If you like the rapport you have with your current doctor, that’s great. 24x7DoctorCall is not intended to replace your primary care physician. Typically you should continue to see your primary care doctor once a year for a routine check-up. There are other times, however, when it makes more

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