The traditional health care model doesn’t meet the quick response that healthcare consumers need and deserve. Instead of scheduling an appointment (often 2-4 weeks in advance), travelling to the clinic, sitting in a waiting room full of sick and often contagious people, seeing a physician for maybe several minutes, and hopefully going away with a diagnosis and prescription in hand, you can sit on your sofa, talk to a doctor within 10 minutes, have a prescription sent directly to your local pharmacy and have any medication delivered directly to your front door!
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The AMA estimates almost 75% of all doctor, urgent care, and ER visits could be handled safely and effectively with telemedicine.
Telemedicine makes it easier and more convenient for patients to stay healthy and engaged in their health care. Patients love the convenience, flexibility and real-time care with their providers.
Having a doctor on call whenever you need makes a huge difference in your life. Even if you already have health insurance, you can still benefit from access to virtual doctors. It’s low-cost with high value, so it’s certainly worth giving it a try.
Patients could save an average of $126 per commercial telehealth visit as compared to the costs of other healthcare settings.
A study of the outcomes of care for 8,000 patients who used telemedicine services found no difference between the virtual appointment and an in-person office visit.
“I couldn’t be happier. I live almost 70 miles from nearest clinic and this service is a life saver!” – Thomas R.
“I was sick for a few days and my boss needed a doctor’s note to prove that I really wasn’t able to show up at work. I got the antibiotics I needed without even leaving my house and I didn’t get into trouble at work.” – Vanessa W.
“I was worried that I had coronavirus, and the doctor was able to ascertain that I just had allergies.” Ruth B.
No, ConnectMed is not health insurance, it’s a service connecting you to a doctor online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Anyone can join regardless of pre-existing conditions and receive the treatment they need in a timely, expedient manner.
Yes, you will be seen by doctors who can write prescriptions for many conditions if it is medically called for sinus infections, colds, allergies, skin issues, some STDs, and more conditions listed below. If the doctor feels it’s appropriate to prescribe a medication, it is submitted to the pharmacy of your choice electronically or over the phone.
Appointment requests can be made by web, phone, or mobile app. If you would prefer to not use a camera, you can use the phone option. Just call the number provided in your welcome kit and provide your account information.
Yes, these are real doctors who live in the U.S. and are licensed to practice in your state. ConnectMed delivers quality care from a network of licensed healthcare professionals. As a member, you’ll be connected to board-certified physicians who go through rigorous training and credentialing. Whenever you request a visit, ConnectMed will search its network of U.S. board-certified physicians, dermatologists, and therapists to pair you with an available doctor who can treat you online.
You should use ConnectMed to make a virtual doctor appointment whenever you feel you have a medical situation that is not urgent or life-threatening. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, go to the nearest urgent care or hospital.
The service is designed to supplement and support your relationship with your existing doctor. Even if you have a doctor who you see regularly, you can take advantage of the services because you don’t have to leave work, spend time in the car, and wait in an office. You can also send your visit results to your primary care physician. Depending on the condition, talking to a doctor online could save you a trip to urgent care.