Telemedicine 4 You, providing concierge membership Telemedicine Plans
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Raymond Lavine discuss the following:
- What is telemedicine?
- What does telemedicine usually cost?
- Is there a limit of the number of times an individual may speak with a doctor for themselves and or their family?
- What would you say are the benefits of telemedicine?
- How does telemedicine save people money?
- How would the subscriptions work?
- What would one need to have when speaking with a doctor?
- How about Prescriptions – how would that work within telemedicine?
- Would this be a replacement of regular health care plans?
Raymond Lavine became interested in telemedicine because he works with clients and businesses about the consequences of not having a caregiving plan.
Raymond began to understand the connection between home health care and having access to a physician at any time to answer and possibly provide prescriptions for routine health issues without having to go through the annoying and possibly expensive experience of driving to an urgent care or emergency room.
He has an expertise with how telemedicine membership plans are in addition, whether or not you have regular health insurance coverage, to avoid traveling to your primary care physician, urgent care, or emergency room along with the expense involved in receiving routine medical care for a cold, flue, sinus infection, allergies and other routine health issues.
Lavine has a BA in International Relations from the University of Southern California; an MBA and MA from Drucker-Ito Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University; and the CLTC designation.