Idaho BMI implements temporary Telemedicine visits
What is Telemedicine:
Telemedicine is a rapidly expanding area of health care that uses various telecommunication technologies to exchange medical information from one location to another, enabling physicians and medical institutions to treat and consult with physicians, clinicians and patients in hospitals, clinics, and patient homes.
Telemedicine provides a mechanism to deliver quality state-of-the-art health care and specialty services to rural and underserved areas, providing more efficient use of medical resources.
With the use of Telemedicine, a patient’s physical distance from a healthcare provider is no longer a barrier. Patients can receive timely and appropriate medical care in their own community, without spending time and money on traveling to the nearest urban facility.
As of March 2020 Dr Brown implements Telemedicine:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr David Brown will be offering the temporary solution of Telemedicine for visits in place of the clinic in-person visits. Do to the importance of ‘Social Distancing’ to reduce the community spread of the SARS COV 2 virus, Dr. Brown and his staff are taking the necessary precautions to keep the community safe. Please contact us today with any questions about our COVID-19 procedures or for instructions on how Telemedicine can work for you.
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