As technology advances, we have more ways than ever to take control of our health. That’s where Infusion Health comes in, offering specialized services to take healthcare to new levels. Infusion Health TeleMedicine Clinic TeleMedicine Services are not a replacement for urgent care. In addition, our services cannot replace the care of a Primary Care Physician (PCP) to address concerns related to pre-existing conditions.
Learn more below on how Infusion Health TeleMedicine Clinic can help you from the comfort of your home or office. Discovery our Telemedicine Services strengths below – plus 5 tips for a Great TeleMedicine Consultation.
What you will need to prepare for your Telemedicine Consultation Services:
What to expect:
#1: Have a good, stable internet connection. Here are key points to ensure a smooth call:
#2: Make sure a firewall isn’t blocking access. Occasionally, hospitals and clinics have firewall settings that could impact the video connection. If you’re having issues connecting, have your IT staff make sure a firewall isn’t causing the issue.
#3: Use a good computer. Running video takes a lot of a computer’s processing power. Old computers or computers running a lot of programs in the background can produce poor quality.
#4: Restart your computer before a call. Sometimes video programs (Skype/Facetime) are still running in the background without you realizing. When this happens, it can block access to the camera or microphone. By restarting your computer, it will clear these hidden connections.
#5: Make sure your browser is up to date. Sometimes users can experience issues when they are using an outdated version of their browser. Be sure to restart your browser often to stay up to date (browsers automatically update on restart). Please use Chrome or Firefox. Explorer and Safari do not perform well for our telemedicine consultations.
What starts the healing process is the relationship between doctor and patient. Being connected with a doctor is lost in todays traditional medical model. We cannot tell you how many people in our physical office love the fact that we take the time to listen to their concerns. Being connected with the patient is the most important part of a relationship. The patient having trust and confidence in our ability and then communicating in a way that builds the bond where we can work together to bring back or maintain proper health. We both grow constantly within our philosophy of restoring health, we constantly learn to bring the latest in advanced techniques and testing.
“We look forward to creating a lasting relationship.” – Dr. Wallace & Dr. Sundermeyer
It is about determining what you have control over so you can live your life with the vitality and health you deserve. We live in a culture, where people are conditioned to expect aches and pains in life, so when you feel chronically tired, your stress levels are high, or your knees start to hurt, you think that’s just the way it is going to be.
The truth is that you don’t have to settle for feeling tired, run down, or overwhelmed, and you don’t have to settle for feeling average. For each of us there is a best that we can feel, and we want to help find that a better you to experience life as it should be – as you want it to be.
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