MD247.COM will soon launch telemedicine to knock out bureaucrats from health insurance companies. It will apply telecommunication and information technologies in order to provide clinical healthcare at a distance.
This was reported by prweb.com.
A patient, instead of visiting a clinic for diagnosis of a potential whooping cough outbreak, during which it would be possible to continue the outbreak in the area, will have the luxury of staying home and making a simple call to the MD247 telemedicine hotline.
From that call, a path for quick treatment and speedy recovery will be illuminated. MD247 proposes to 'put a doctor in every home' by the year 2015, granting every person in the United States the right to avoid long waits in disease-riddled waiting rooms.
With such a simple change, the telemedicine specialist will usher in a new era in which both patient and doctor are the most important part to any medical meeting once again, and bureaucrats are made redundant by changes brought about by telemedicine.