Dr. John Shufeldt | CEO MeMD, LLC Is there a difference between people who don’t feel well and think they can work, and those who can’t? The difference is probably simply a person’s tolerance to adversity and attitude. I have seen people with the sniffles call in sick for work and others with very significant […]
By Jennifer Alsever | Inc. magazine. MeMD was featured in this month’s Inc. Magazine. “Telemedicine isn’t a new concept, but it has traditionally been reserved for people living in secluded areas of the country where physicians are not readily available. Employers, however, are now providing the technology to employees to help control health care costs,
By Donna Fuscaldo, FOX Business. Whether it’s a common cold or a persistent cough, millions of Americans are needlessly flooding urgent care centers and emergency rooms when they get sick. For a fraction of the cost and a lot less wait time, they can see a doctor from the comfort of their home or office […]
Premium content from Portland Business Journal by Andy Giegerich, Business Journal staff writer ZoomCare’s newest health clinic, in downtown Portland’s Standard Insurance Building, opened its doors for the first time at 9 a.m. Wednesday. By 9:30 a.m., the facility had already scheduled 10 appointments for patients seeking check-ups, preventive care and
Pembroke Pines, Fla. – With life moving at warp speed, there is no time to be sick. If you get sick, you need to get better as quickly as possible. Good luck scheduling a doctor visit on short notice.
Like its small business clients, Payroll Experts struggles with the ever-rising price of employee health insurance. The Scottsdale, Ariz., company also knows how much its productivity dips when one of its 21 staffers gets a sore throat and has to leave work to go to a doctor’s office or clinic during its quarterly busy seasons.
You’re home alone with your toddler and your 5-year-old. You trip over your son’s truck and bust your lip. You’re pretty sure it doesn’t need stitches, but you hate taking a chance. You also hate hauling the kids to the ER. What choice is there? Probably one you hadn’t considered.
Sarah Jacobs reports on MeMD, a healthcare solution that brings the doctor to you – online: Imagine logging on to talk with a physician over your lunch break, instead of taking 2-3 hours out of your day for a visit to the doctor’s office. MeMD (“Me-Em-Dee”) is a new healthcare technology that combines medicine with […]
Many people who visit the emergency room need something less urgent and even simple: advice, direction, an antibiotic or refill. John Shufeldt, M.D., has seen this in practicing emergency medicine and over the course of his 19 years as owner of urgent care centers.
If any of the employees of Goodmans Interior Structures office get sick, they won't need to call their primary care doctor, make an appointment, or spend time in the waiting room reading out-of-date magazines.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (CBS5) – When you feel like garbage, the last thing you want to do is spend hours sitting in the emergency room. If you have a web camera, you can meet with your doctor from the comfort of your own home.
Phoenix – MeMD, an online health care provider, recently inked a deal with Goodmans Interior Structures, a leader in workspace solutions, to expand its employee health and wellness program. Now, Goodmans employees have access to on-demand medical care inside their office. Within minutes, employees can instantly consult a primary care physician on a webcam-equipped
Do you get frustrated with your workers who take sick leaves too often? Do you find it difficult to track employee attendance? Do you know what all of these sick days really cost your business?
Tired of being sick, but even more tired of waiting around to see a doctor? If this sounds like you, then you might want to check why so many Valley people are turning to the web for their one-on-one appointment.
When John Shufeldt, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP, was 4 years old he had a book called The Physician. He couldn’t read it, but he looked at all the pictures and knew even then that he wanted to be a doctor. But that doesn’t mean it came easy. In fact, Shufeldt says, there was a time […]
The season of influenza is near and statistics show that the flu is most common in college students. A vision from a group of doctors that has spread amongst the valley in which to use technology to get treatment and the care needed. The only thing needed is a web-cam or computer.
Background Information Carol Blonder Carol Blonder hosts the News Talk radio show at KFNX radio station Ian Vasquez Ian Vasquez is the chief operating officer at Scottsdale, AZ-based MeMD. Carol spoke with Ian about MeMD’s revolutionary healthcare technology.
KPIX 02/07/2012: Do you ever put off going to the doctor because it’s a hassle or it’s too expensive? Well, now you can see a real MD and get a prescription – all from your own home and for a reasonable price. When Dr. Cho Sun treats a patient it’s not always in person, he’s […]
Cold and flu season is a nightmarish event for most parents, especially when a little one brings it home and contaminates the rest of the clan. Fevers, coughs, sore throats, and runny noses pass from one child to the next, until finally it hits the parents like a tsunami and then cycles back around again. […]
The Phoenix Business Journal hosted its second annual Health Care of the Future roundtable discussion Wednesday to address some of the changes and innovations that continue to reshape Arizona’s medical industry.