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What is occupational telemedicine?

Occupational Telemedicine is an effective way to provide medical attention to employees who are injured on the job without them having to travel for care.

According to the AMA more than 70% of injury claims do not require clinical intervention and could be treated using telemedicine.

 

Why choose telemedicine

for work comp injuries?

Telemedicine allows treatment while at the workplace.

 

  • Reduces lost time from work.

 

  • Convenient follow up appointments.

 

  • Treat minor injuries with 24/7 access.

how workers comp telemedicine works

1

Report your injury and schedule your visit

Inform your employer about your injury. Obtain claim form if available.

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Request an appointment and check your email for the appointment confirmation.

 

Anytime, anywhere on your computer, phone or tablet.

2

Complete your medical forms and select workers comp for payment information

New patients will complete the easy medical forms and create a patient portal account.

Your information is protected

every step of the process.

3

Connect with a provider

A link to your video call will be sent

30 minutes prior to your appointment.

You and your provider will see and speak

to each other in real time. Our provider will

assess your symptoms, explain the diagnosis

and treat your condition.

Prescriptions for medications, lab testing, and xray

or a referral to a specialist can be recommended.

immediate care JUST A FINGERTIP AWAY

Telemedicine visits are available 7am to 11pm, 7 days a week.

Commonly Treated Conditions

  • Strains and Sprains

  • Mild abrasions, burns and rashes

  • Slips, trips and falls

  • Chemical Splashes

  • Contusions

  • Repetitive use injuries

  • Lower back pain

"How much will this cost?"

All bills will go through your workers comp insurance. There are no additional costs from us.

Frequantly Asked Questions

“What happens if I need additional services?”

 Prescriptions for medications, lab testing, and xray or a referral to a specialist can be recommended.

 

Your employer should have a list of physicians panels covered by your workers comp insurance.

"How do I schedule a telemedicine visit?"

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