• Reese Phillips II

Telehealth: A Doctor’s Visit From the Comfort of Your Home


Virtual Visits, How Does it Work? Before you begin, you might be asked to fill out a brief medical history. Once you’ve answered a few questions, you’ll share details about your symptoms and anything else the provider may need to know before your visit begins. You may also want to prepare a list of questions to ask the doctor. Here are some of the conditions that may be best addressed in a telehealth visit*: Allergies Bronchitis Cough/Cold Diarrhea Fever Migraine/Headache Pinkeye Rash Seasonal flu Sinus problems Some mental health visits (depending on coverage) Sore throat Stomachache Urinary tract infection After your visit, the provider may prescribe medication and send the information to your chosen pharmacy, as well as to your primary care physician for reference. If you’ve never done a telehealth visit before, now might be the perfect time to give it a try. It’s a great option to get the care you need while still taking the steps to keep yourself and your community safe. More info: https://newsroom.uhc.com/experience/telehealth-how-to.html

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