We now offer remote appointments for individuals due to coronavirus precautions.
The use of electronic communications to provide medical advice and treatment remotely is known as telemedicine, and we’re excited to announce this added service.
In order to set up an appointment, please review and prepare the following information:
Telemedicine doesn’t replace in-office visits, but it can be an effective added way for you to consult with us on occasion, giving you faster assistance and assurance – or a recommendation for face-to-face care.
You will need to fill out your medical information through your ModMed portal. For established patients who have never logged into their portal and for new patients, we will e-mail you a link. In a separate e-mail, you will receive forms that need to be printed, signed, and e-mailed back to us. It may be easiest for you to photograph the signed forms and e-mail them.
Once we have received all the necessary information, you will be e-mailed a different link to use for the virtual appointment. Use Google Chrome as much as possible from your desktop or laptop; if using an iPad or iPhone, after clicking on the virtual link, the device may direct you to its baseline browser. Go ahead and follow the steps through the browser. If any issues arise, then switch to Google Chrome.
Please contact our office to guide you through the process and schedule an appointment.
Telemedicine services may not be a covered benefit under your insurance plan. If certain telemedicine services are listed as benefits under your insurance plan, such statements do not necessarily guarantee that your insurance company will cover the specific telemedicine services being rendered to you and you will be responsible for payment if the insurance company does not cover the services rendered.”