MeMD was recently highlighted in Urgent Care Magazine's March issue, which focused on how technology provides opportunities for urgent care centers to improve quality of care, expand their services, and use their resources more effectively.
Could MeMD save us all from a zombie takeover? A reporter from Lehigh Valley Business discusses why she thinks so in this fun piece about telehealth.
Some doctors’ offices are now consulting patients over the phone and online - asking patients not to come into the office to avoid spreading the flu.
With flu season kicking into high gear, many people looking to get medical care turn to the internet instead of dragging themselves to their doctor's office.
Jenny McClendon, a physician's assistant with MeMD, explains how patients from around the country can be treated by doctors online from the comfort of home.
It's the middle of the night, you're not feeling well, and your doctor's office is closed. What to do? Try a virtual doctor visit from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Telemedicine has been around over 100 years, but with gains in mobile technology many businesses are adding eHealth to an employee's healthcare benefits.
By the time you finish reading this, a woman in the U.S. will have been battered. One telehealth company wants to help – offering free, confidential medical checkups to domestic violence survivors.
Fast-growing telehealth company MeMD announced Dr. Nicholas Lorenzo as its new Chief Medical Officer. He brings over 25 years of healthcare experience to the team.