This page is being continuously being updated. Check back frequently as we receive more updates about the role telemedicine is playing in the fight against the transmission of COVID-19.
We're providing this directory and other helpful links as an easy way to find telehealth and telemedicine platforms that enable you to see a doctor online. None of this should be interpreted as medical advice, and if you feel ill, you should take the necessary precautions around others and seek medical help.
The US Government has not given the authority for physicians to do at home tests, but most telehealth platforms do offer a self-assessment for COVID-19. Before you drive to your healthcare provider or hospital, consider scheduling to see a doctor online on a telemedicine platform.
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever or symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
The CDC has a wealth of resources for the most common questions about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) such as how it spreads, symptoms, steps to prevent illness, what do to if you are sick as well as any stigma surrounding Coronavirus.
As the pandemic sweeps across the United States, many people are confused about how and when to go visit a doctor. Every ache, cough or sneeze can make you think twice. See our list below for available telehealth platforms that provide the option to see a doctor online or do a self-assessment for COVID-19.
A portion of these platforms are offering complimentary self-assessments for COVID-19.
There is good news regarding Medicare as the Coronavirus response bill recently passed by the Senate covers telemedicine for Medicare providers and patients. "To protect public health, the bill will allow Medicare providers to extend telemedicine services to seniors regardless of where they live, at an estimated cost of $500 million." said in a statement released early this week.
The elderly are some of the highest risk patients and we must take extra precautions with them.
If you're looking to add a telemedicine component to your practice, group or hospital—this list below is a great start. The
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