The weekly blog covers a range of telehealth topics and benefits for medical providers, and has helped educate and bring awareness to the growing industries of telehealth and telemedicine.
Innovative telemedicine company MeMD has announced that it will be attending and exhibiting at the UCAOA Spring 2014 National Urgent Care Convention.
Maricopa Integrated Health Systems a leading healthcare system, today announced its partnership with MeMD for ehealth.
What happens when there is an easy cure, but no way to attain it? Prescription drugs can be expensive, but simply unaffordable for those without insurance.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ , August 1, 2012 — The next time one of Pay-Tech’s employees gets sick, there will be no trek to the doctor’s office and no waiting in a room filled with other sick people. Instead, they will be able to request a visit with a doctor online. The Arizona-based payroll and HR outsourcing […]
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
Scottsdale, Ariz. – In a partnership that launches urgent care medicine into the World Wide Web, the MeMD virtual health care service became the official national partner of Doctors Express, the first national urgent care franchise. With the announcement, MeMD will be available in 24 states where Doctors Express centers are located.
With final exams around the corner, college students flock to libraries and rev up for all-night study sessions. As stress levels increase and sleep declines, students’ ability to fend off sickness becomes more difficult and their chances of catching a virus are better than ever.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – (November 7, 2011) Midway through the fall semester at an Arizona high school, a school nurse sent 16-year old Danielle home after three days of worsening sinus pressure, nausea, and runny nose. Danielle’s mother, Diana, had recently heard about a web- based health care solution called MeMD, so instead of taking Danielle […]