Simple & secure, telehealth video services are for those unable to leave their residences. Whether it’s a routine follow-up or addressing a more pressing need, telehealth appointments allow our teams to provide essential care.
Plans are regularly updating their telehealth policies as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Please contact your insurance company to verify your plan’s coverage by visiting your insurance company’s website or calling the number on the back of your insurance card.
If you cannot access our telehealth video services because of technology constraints, please call your physician’s care center. Many of our practices are offering phone calls with providers or communication between the patient and provider through our online patient portal.
Yes. We use doxy.me, which is HIPAA, GDPR, PHIPA/PIPEDA, & HITECH-compliant and meets worldwide security requirements.
No – telehealth visits are not recorded, and no patient information is stored in the telehealth system. Your provider will take notes as they normally would in our secure electronic medical records system, which is separate from our telehealth technology.
No, telehealth is accessible to patients regardless of diagnosis. Whether it’s a routine follow-up or addressing a more pressing need, our telehealth appointments allow our teams to review your symptoms and provide care.
No, the telehealth appointment is completed entirely online through an internet browser. No download is needed.
No, registration is not required for doxy.me, our video telehealth system.
No. As of now (3/31/20), insurance companies are not requiring prior authorization for telehealth visits. We will continue to monitor the regulations and policies, and we will keep our patients informed if anything changes.
No. By verbally accepting the telehealth appointment you authorize your provider to use telemedicine in the course of your diagnosis and treatment.