Jan 6, 2009 | 4
Too busy to go to the doctor? Unfortunately, it's the rare one who makes house calls these days. But how about the next best thing? The Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) next week is set to begin offering doctor consults via Web cam, an emerging form of telemedicine.
The association (the state's Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance provider) will offer the 10-minute Internet visits through American Well, a Boston-based company that provides video conferencing and electronic medical record-keeping to doctors and patients, the New York Times reports today. HMSA is its first customer, the Times says.
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