FUTURE MEDICAL CARE MAY BE THAT QUICK
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In the future, (NOW), why drive and wait for an appointment that took a week to set up to see your family physician for medical advice and treatment when you can simply just dial up a “Doctor on Demand” and see one face to face on your cell phone right now. Why wait to get symptoms presented and a diagnosis and treatment reviewed. Who wants to sit in a waiting room with all those other patients who will give you their flu or cold bug, and spend all that time when instant and immediate medical care is available for many routine illnesses.
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Getting that second opinion quickly or a quick referral to a specialist or even just getting the news that the probability of a serious symptom needs to be reviewed in person and making the decision not to wait to go to the ER or hospital or treating physician, can undoubtedly save lives or at the very least prevent more serious problems in some cases. Why wait for quick results and intervention to prevent more serious medical problems that testing and treatment would not be advisable to wait for. We all should have been informed that waiting for necessary treatments is one of the causes of major irreversible medical problems.
What does it cost? A Doctor On Demand video visit costs about $40. Only pay when you talk to a doctor – no monthly or yearly subscription fees.
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Fact No. 1: Americans have better survival rates than Europeans for common cancers.
Fact No. 2: Americans have lower cancer mortality rates than Canadians.
Fact No. 3: Americans have better access to treatment for chronic diseases than patients in other developed countries.
Fact No. 4: Americans have better access to preventive cancer screening than Canadians.
Fact No. 5: Lower income Americans are in better health than comparable Canadians.
Fact No. 6: Americans spend less time waiting for care than patients in Canada and the U.K.
Fact No. 7: People in countries with more government control of health care are highly dissatisfied and believe reform is needed.
Fact No. 8: Americans are more satisfied with the care they receive than Canadians.
Fact No. 9: Americans have much better access to important new technologies like medical imaging than patients in Canada or the U.K.
Fact No. 10: Americans are responsible for the vast majority of all health care innovations.
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