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Telemedicine Facilities

Telemedicine Facilities

Thanks to advancements in modern technology, you can meet with your physician through a virtual format during telemedicine visits. If you’re ready to get started on doctor’s visits from the comfort of your own home, contact Spruce Medical Group Shawn Hamilton MD in Irvine, California, today. You can conveniently book an exam online or over the phone.

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Telemedicine Q & A

What is telemedicine?

Telemedicine is a newer branch of medicine that’s based on convenience, privacy, and cost savings. Rather than going into the clinic when you’re sick, where you’re going to be exposed to more germs, you can simply schedule a telemedicine evaluation with your dedicated physician with whom you’ve been established.You receive the same compassionate care you’d get during a traditional in-office visit, without having to leave your home or office. Instead, you simply log in to a secure browser online or app on your phone and talk with your physician. They can see you, and you can see them!

 

Are there benefits of telemedicine?

Yes! One of the reasons telemedicine is such an in-demand service is because it saves patients time. No more running to the office when you’re sick and need an exam. This means more time with your family, less missed work, and of course, more time to recover.Telemedicine is also beneficial because you can have longer appointment times with your doctor. Because your physician isn’t busy caring for several patients at once, they can spend quality one-on-one time with you, so you can get all of your questions answered.

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    How do I prepare for a telemedicine appointment?

    Generally, to qualify for telemedicine care with Spruce Medical Group Shawn Hamilton MD, it’s beneficial to be established with the practice. This simply means that you’ve had at least one in-office visit with an internist, ideally in the past year. To help you get ready for your telemedicine appointment, it’s helpful to:

    • Know your current weight and height
    • Know the first day of your last menstrual cycle (for women)
    • Write down all of your symptoms, questions, and concerns
    • Have the phone number and address of your pharmacy available
    • Gather all of your prescription or over-the-counter medicine bottles

    If you’ve seen any other doctors recently, including urgent care or emergency room physicians, have those records sent to Spruce Medical Group Shawn Hamilton MD if possible. This helps your dedicated internist gather a comprehensive glimpse of your health, so you can work together to find the best course of treatment for your health.

     

    What our Patients are saying

    Charlene B.

    Dr. Hamilton always listens to my concerns and takes very good care of me. I recommend her to all my friends.

    – Charlene B.

    Tala D.

    After informing the reception of having an appointment with Dr. Hamilton & waiting for over half an hour, I only come to learn that I will be seen by a different doctor.

    – Tala D.

    Jennifer N.

    Dr. Bloom was great! He listened to my issues and took care of them quickly and was very informative.

    – Jennifer N.

    How common is telemedicine?

    Telemedicine is a significant and rapidly developing segment of medical care conveyance in the United States. There are at present around 200 telemedicine networks, with 3,500 assistance locales in the US. The greater part of all U.S. emergency clinics presently utilizes some type of telemedicine.

    Is telemedicine safe?

    Yes, At the point when utilized under the correct conditions and for proper cases, telemedicine has been demonstrated to be as protected and viable as in-person care.Of course, not every condition is conducive to treatment via video visits, so providers must use good judgement when leveraging this channel for healthcare delivery. 

    Does the Medicaid or Medicare pay for telemedicine?

    For Medicare patients, public telemedicine strategy sets numerous limitations on patient area, administrations give over telemedicine and offices at which patients get these administrations. Nonetheless, the Medicare Chronic Care Management Program is a public approach that sets no such limitations on rehearsing telemedicine.

    Medicaid repayment shifts from state to state, resulting in a patchwork of different policies and reimbursement requirements.

    How difficult is telemedicine technology to use?

    In order to be effective,  telemedicine advancements must be easy to use for both patients and providers. The best arrangements are simple for clinical workplaces to set up and send and as simple for patients as the cell phone applications they utilize each day.

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