This video says it all…the future of telemedicine is assured.
Many individuals who know nothing about telemedicine are going to emergency clinics or critical care facilities that can be better served by talking with a registered nurse or physician via telemedicine or through a phone call; saving them cash and time.
One fact reveals that nation-wide, $100 billion of productiveness are lost each year because of worker health concerns. How much of this could be saved if a person were able to talk with a nurse or doctor over the telephone for a consultation?
The AMA has provided this statistic: roughly 70 % of all the visits to a doctor are just for information about their treatment or for one particular thing that could be dealt with through a phone call. Making use of a telemedicine company remove the cost of going to a medical facility emergency room for non-emergency conditions.
For persons without medical insurance, telemedicine organisations are a wonderful alternative to waiting in an ER for hours when some help and advice and a prescription was all that was needed to treat a non-life threatening problem.
Typically telemedicine businesses charge a sensible month-to-month cost for a whole household. There are no insurance forms to fill out and no one is rejected service. Obviously, there are no waiting rooms, for the consultation happens at home. Telemedicine services are a benefit to under insured or uninsured households.