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Regulators Can’t Seem To Tamp Down Telemedicine, And That’s A Big Sign Of Change

This article was published on April 16, 2018 on Forbes, written by Leah Binder. Photo Source: Shutterstock, Forbes.com article

In most industries, if consumers like a new innovation in the market, no matter how disruptive, it can survive attacks from competitors. Traditionally in health care the opposite is true: disruption dooms an innovation to failure. Competitors will bury it under a mountain of regulatory barriers. That’s because the patient isn’t the prime consumer in health care, payors like Medicare and health plans are. They in turn focus on the views of health care providers, who keep them in business and wield […]

April 20th, 2018|Telehealth in the News|

Telemedicine and Teachers: A Winning Combo for Schools

Across the country, schools are looking for ways to deliver high-value, high-impact benefits to their teachers while also adhering to their strict budgets. They also face a significant need to keep teachers healthy and in the classroom, limiting the need for expensive and hard-to-find substitute teachers.

At Call A Doctor Plus, we feel that schools are a perfect candidate for our comprehensive telehealth solution. By providing teachers and staff members with 24/7 phone or video access to doctors and other health professionals, telemedicine can substantially reduce the number of class days missed by teachers.

Call A Doctor Plus provides a quality and […]

April 17th, 2018|CADR+ Programs|

Call A Doctor Plus Offers 24/7 Physician Access and Enhanced Health Benefits to Oklahoma Municipalities

No co-pay or out-of-pocket costs, around-the-clock access to physicians and no need to leave the house – it is the future of medicine today and just one of the many benefits that the recent partnership between the Oklahoma Municipal Services Corporation (OMSC), the business arm of the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML), and Call A Doctor Plus will make available to its member municipalities. As individual member municipalities agree to purchase Call A Doctor Plus benefits, their employees will gain access to a remarkable suite of services designed to enhance their physical, mental, and financial well-being.

The Call A Doctor Plus program […]

April 5th, 2018|Press Room|

Introducing the Premier Bundle from Call A Doctor Plus

Call A Doctor Plus announces a NEW bundled telemedicine program to help you add more value and beat your competition!!!

Call A Doctor Plus has released a new Premier Bundle to their clients that can truly have a significant impact for the organization and for the employees. This unique bundles was built specifically or small and mid-sized business by combining the finest telehealth programs and concierge services available.

Value for the Organization:

Save on healthcare expenses
Improve health and wellness
Boost productivity
Lessen the burden on HR
Enhance your benefits plan

Value for the Employees:

24/7 access to care in minutes
Help navigating […]

April 5th, 2018|CADR+ Updates|

3 reasons to offer telehealth benefits

This article was published on March 27, 2018 on Employee Benefit News, written by Sally Poblete.

If you’re an employer looking to buy insurance for your employees, chances are you’ve heard about telehealth. But what is telehealth all about? Telehealth is a way for healthcare providers to deliver services through telecommunications services that enable patients to get the advice of a specialist remotely. It’s a great opportunity for employers to increase the availability of healthcare services, reduce costs and boost organizational productivity while also making employees happy simultaneously.
Here are three reasons why telehealth may benefit your employees — and your […]

April 1st, 2018|Telehealth in the News|