People have spent months quarantined in their homes, and in early 2020, when cases were at their highest, many were afraid to even step out into the streets. Due to this, society was able to take advantage of telemedicine and could address their emergent or ongoing health concerns in their safety of their homes, without having to go to a doctor’s office and risking exposing themselves to the coronavirus. Furthermore, if one has already tested positive for COVID-19 and are quarantining themselves, they are able to speak with a doctor and receive the proper treatment without having to be in physical contact with others and spreading the virus.
To register with Bitcare telemedicine services, select the Book Now option from the Bitcare telehealth page and enter your name, phone number, email address, and reason for the telehealth service. And voila! Our nurse practitioner will contact you to provide our best service.
While virtual care is a more convenient way for patients to communicate with their doctors, everyone should keep in mind that not all health issues can be solved in virtual environments. Due to this, it is important to have a good understanding of how and when telehealth should be used. Virtual care is often encouraged for regular, more common diseases, second opinions, routine checkups, counselling, and continuous monitoring instead of visiting RMPs or any other medical professionals.
➢ Patients in rural and isolated areas taking advantage of virtual healthcare benefit from more rapid and accessible communication with specialists.
➢ Healthcare services, remote analysis, monitoring, and electronic data storage provided by virtual care considerably reduces the total cost for the service.
➢ Virtual patients are able to better manage their medication, lifestyle, and any chronic conditions without the challenge of physically going to their doctor. Without lacking a working day or wasting any paid time off, patients can follow direct instructions from their doctor and maintain their health.
➢ In virtual environments, patients have a larger degree of privacy to discuss sensitive medical concerns.
➢ The advantages of virtual healthcare are even greater for people with chronic conditions or mobility problems, and for those who need specialist visits.
➢ Virtual care makes long-term preventive care easier for people of all ages.
➢ Virtual care also offers a competitive advantage, attracting and retaining new care models for an increased number of patients.
In summary, no matter what it is referred to as, virtual healthcare, telemedicine, or telehealth, being able to virtually communicate with your doctor and specialists reaps a large amount of benefits. Comfort, convenience, and privacy are all elevated through virtual care, and patients often have to pay less money for services that would otherwise cut a large amount away from their paycheck.
At one point or another, you have definitely felt some variation of discomfort or annoyance upon having to visit your doctor. The next time you feel this way, remember that virtual healthcare is at your fingertips and even more accessible through BitCare.
Call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room if you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency.
You are agreeing to have a telehealth consultation. Telehealth is the practice of medicine using electronic communications technologies. Telehealth consultation services are provided by BitCare licensed practitioners. When you use these telehealth consultation services, you will enter into a provider-patient relationship and be treated by a provider who is licensed in your state. The providers, in exercising their professional judgment, reserve the right to deny care for any reason, including instances where provision of care would be medically or ethically inappropriate.
Getting treatment through a telehealth consultation offers certain expected benefits and has certain potential risks. Expected benefits include easier and quicker access to medical care, and the ability to access care from many locations. For example, you can initiate a remote examination from your home rather than having to wait to schedule one. Potential risks include the remote provider not being able to fully resolve your issue over the phone, and lack of provider access to your full medical records, which may, in rare instances, result in allergic reactions or other adverse drug interactions. You have other options for care. You can obtain care in a traditional in-person care setting, such as seeing your Primary Care Physician or visiting an urgent care center.