Archive for the ‘Tele-medicine’ Category

ABC News Story on Telemedicine

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The point is simple:

Telemedicine can save you and your family money. It can also save you a lot of hassle.

ABC News recently took a look at how telemedicine is saving one typical American family in Ohio over $2500/year. Check it out:

ABC US News | International News

If you’re interested in learning more about telemedicine, we’d love …

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The Best Way to Get Healthcare on Vacation

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Imagine being on vacation and needing to see a doctor.

Or, perhaps more likely, your child needs to see a doctor. At least, she might, but you’re not sure. Sometimes these things blow over, but sometimes catching it early could save the vacation.

Will your health insurance policy work on vacation or will you hear those most …

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How Does Telemedicine Work?

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Telemedicine is revolutionizing the way consumers get access to healthcare by utilizing technology to significantly lower the cost while eliminating time and hassle.

AC Forrest is excited to partner with a service called Virtual Care, which provides access to board-certified physicians in your home state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a …

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What is tele-medicine?

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It was great timing. One of my kids got sick in the late afternoon/early evening of Christmas Eve.

He had an ear infection and it came on fast and furious (about the time we got to church, of course). Now, we’ve been at this long enough that we knew he had an ear infection and that …

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What to Do if You Can’t Afford Health Insurance

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“I just can’t afford health insurance anymore. What can I do?”

We hear some version of this question regularly. And for good reason. The economy is struggling and a lot of people are having a hard time. They know health insurance is important, but we all know it is really expensive!

We’ll leave the questions of why …

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What if I Can’t Get (or Afford) Health Insurance?

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Not everyone can get health insurance. That will change in 2014, but what can you do until then?

If your health history is preventing you from getting a major medical insurance policy, there are a few things you can do. These options are not ideal — they won’t provide catastrophic protection (a ceiling on your potential …

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