Doctor On Demand: Live MD & Therapy Visits

Jodi and I have both been dealing with some respiratory issues from allergies.  Unfortunately, neither of us could get ahead of the allergens and we both have ended up with respiratory infections.  Since we travel around, a standard family doctor is not something we have anymore.  So we can either go to an ER, a small clinic, or Doctor On Demand: Live MD & Therapy Visits, w/ Board-Certified Physicians and Psychologists on the App Store on iTunes.

Jodi tried it first and then I did yesterday.  It’s a pretty awesome setup.  I downloaded the app.  Created an account and answered some basic medical history questions.  Then I scheduled an appointment on the app.  I scheduled it for 10:30 am.  I had the app open on my iPad on 10:15 am and right on time a doctor came online with a video meeting.

She went through my symptoms, any medical history and finally a diagnosis.  She then prescribed the appropriate medication and they called it into the Walgreens using the location I had given them.

So, within about 1 hour I had met with a doctor and had the meds I needed to get better.  I will definitely go them again when needed.

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English: A gray version of an emblem used by iOS app developers to indicate that something is available for download from the App Store. It has a image of an iPhone and reads “Available on the iPhone – App Store”. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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