How Much Does an Online Doctor Visit Cost?

New subscribers to our telemedicine service are sometimes initially unsure whether or not the monthly Online Doctor Visit cost of $19.95 per month will be worthwhile over the long term. While each visit is only $29.95 for members—a rate that even competes with the co-pays commonly charged by HMOs—the real savings you can expect to experience will be more than merely monetary.

In this article, we’ll highlight key ways telemedicine can improve your life, and how those improvements tra...

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Chat Online with Doctors Certified in Your State!

“I don’t have time to be sick!” How many times have you thought this? You feel the familiar discomfort of an illness right when your life is at its busiest. You know you need to see a doctor before your symptoms get worse, but your full schedule won’t pause for a long visit to a clinic or the emergency room. You wish you could simply call up your doctor and explain your recognizable symptoms to get the quick care you need. With the telemedicine services offered at Online Doctor Visit...

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Telemedicine for ALS or Motor Neuron Disease Treatment: A Better Option for Improving Quality of Life

When dealing with the daunting diagnosis of any debilitating, life-limiting illness like ALS or motor neuron disease, comfort and convenience are of paramount importance for patients and their caregivers. While motor neuron diseases require close monitoring and a good working relationship between patient and physician, frequent office visits can become tedious tasks for patients and their caregivers as the patient's mobility becomes increasingly impaired.

The obligation of attending regu...

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Telemedicine Reduces Truck Driver Health Risks

Does a 9 to 5 day-to-day, desk job sound like a snooze fest? Spending every day in a cubicle can be draining, especially for people who fantasize about traveling. The good news is that it’s possible to seek out a career that allows you to roam the world. Some occupations quickly come to mind when you hear the world travel: airplane attendant, cruise line worker, pilot, truck driver, stagehand, and many business-related careers. Here are a few that may surprise you: athletic recruiter...

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A New Era: The Opportunities and Challenges in Telemedicine

There are admittedly still notable challenges in telemedicine, but we believe there are exciting opportunities outweighing them all. In this article, we’ll examine the roadblocks still hindering the adoption of telemedicine, as well as the incentives that we predict will finally tip the scales permanently toward telehealth over brick-and-mortar doctor’s offices and hospital urgent care waiting rooms before the decade is out.

So far in this decade, more physicians have become telemedic...

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Pediatric Telemedicine: Is it Right for Your Child?

Did you know that telecommunication has played a role in medical care since the Civil War when supplies were ordered with the use of a telegraph? The radio and telephone expanded the number of opportunities with which telemedicine can be used. Today, telemedicine plays a central role in communication and patient care, and continues to grow with updated technology. Doctors can more easily reach patients virtually for prescriptions, general checkups, and education. Though telemedicine is benef...

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Telemedicine for College Students

Telemedicine, or telehealth, connects a patient with a US board-certified physician for appointments and advice via smartphone, tablet, or computer. Offering telemedicine for college students provides them with a nearly instant means of reaching out, which can be the deciding factor between students getting treatment or suffering alone.

College students struggle to balance their classes, homework assignments, fitness routines, social calendars, and exams. Often, making time for routine ch...

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Telemedicine for Asthma: the Pros and Cons

When it is not fully or properly controlled, asthma can present a significant impediment to a full, happy childhood. Children with asthma can experience difficulties when they try to play, participate in sports, laugh, cry, express strong emotions, and when they’re recovering from illnesses like common colds or the flu. How can telemedicine help physicians better serve these children, and what are the pros and cons of telemedicine for asthma?


1 in 10 children in the United...

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Telemedicine & Flu: A Great Way to Stop the Spread

According to Federal Health Officials, this flu season is the worst we’ve had in 15 years. The rate of nationwide visits to Urgent Care centers and ERs is higher than usual. It's important that patients know the benefits of using telemedicine & flu when their symptoms first occur.

So far this year, an atrocious 12,000 hospitalizations were reported, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that the flu epidemic has blanketed the United States.

With t...

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Telemedicine for Migraines Helps Sufferers Avoid Triggering Stimuli

Migraines represent a significant challenge for Americans today, especially for American women between the ages of 12 and 40. What strategies should these migraine sufferers use to combat their symptoms, and can services via telemedicine for migraines help them feel better, faster? In this article, we’ll answer these questions and examine the prevalence of migraines in the USA.

According to research reported by the American Migraine Study II, 18.2% of women and 6.5% of men suffer fr...

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