In today’s busy world, you don’t always have time to get to the doctor whenever you have a non-emergency question about health. The patient-centered medical team at Midwest Regional Health Services in Omaha, Nebraska, offers telemedicine consultations in the comfort of your home or office with the Zoom platform. Your health care team also contacts you via the app to find out how you’re responding to treatment. To add telemedicine to your health care protocol, contact Midwest Regional Health Services by phone or online form. Download the free Zoom app for your smartphone on iTunes or Google Play.
Telemedicine is a 21st Century version of the old-school “house call.” Instead of coming to the Midwest Regional Health Services office, you can visit your health care team via Zoom.com or by downloading the free Zoom app on your smartphone.
Any telemedicine services you receive while using the Zoom app are billed directly to your insurance.
Telemedicine saves you time, money, and anxiety. Instead of Googling questions about your health and getting thousands of confusing answers, Zoom gives you the answers you need from the people who know you best: Your own doctors, physician assistants, and other members of your Midwest Regional Health Services team. Patients report high levels of satisfaction while utilizing Zoom for telemedicine services.
Telemedicine can be used in place of an in-office exam for a variety of reasons:
Don’t use telemedicine for emergencies. If you have a health emergency, go straight to the nearest emergency room.
Telemedicine isn’t a substitute for physical exams. However, it can be used between in-person consultations. You still need to come to the Midwest Regional Health Services office for your annual exams and most treatments.
In the state of Nebraska, neither Medicaid nor Medicare currently covers telemedicine. Check with your insurance provider to see if telemedicine is covered under your plan.
Start using Zoom today by downloading the app on your smartphone with iTunes or Google Play.