Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physician for health advice or service.

HOME TELEPHONE CARE

With such a dilemma a patient can now receive medical information from the doctors, via email, phone website or fax. Once this care is legalized a physician can work with a patient who may be temporarily without insurance or is unable to make a visit to the doctor for routine maintenance.  Examples for such visits include: prescriptions for procedures, medications, to also obtain information about a problem or condition, viewing results sent to the doctor and other information pertinent for physician response.

PAY PER CONSULT

Visits can be billed accordingly as self pay or through the insurance company. A physician who takes a phone call or e-mail from a patient who describes symptoms and needs to go to the emergency room can bill for the advise and arranging of patient care to a specialist, hospital ect.  If using a website through the internet that included camera aided viweing, this can prove to be beneficial to a patient if a physician is able to view a problem that can bee seen. This enables the physician to furthur diagnose and remedy the problem. home telephone care does not and will not eliminate actual in office physician visits by any means. This is simply a method designed to accomodate a patient who is unable to see his or her physician but will also allow the physician to maintain a constant contact of existing and regular patients.

STIPULATIONS

The patient must be an existing and established patient of the physician.
The patient has to have at least one office visit every year.
It is recommended for those who are on a monthly or three month followup to keep their scheduled doctors office visit appointments. If unable to do so then they must visit a lab for routine tests and will be billed subsequently for home telephone care.
Blood pressure visits ect. have to be kept as the patient will be required to sign a waiver stating their permission to forego actual medical visits when they are unable to visit the physician in office in order to receive physician approval for home telephone care.

Dated: May 30,2010                                Attest: A.Sadiq                     
                                                                        On Behalf of Pieces





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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physician for health advice or service.

HOME TELEPHONE CARE

With such a dilemma a patient can now receive medical information from the doctors, via email, phone website or fax. Once this care is legalized a physician can work with a patient who may be temporarily without insurance or is unable to make a visit to the doctor for routine maintenance.  Examples for such visits include: prescriptions for procedures, medications, to also obtain information about a problem or condition, viewing results sent to the doctor and other information pertinent for physician response.

PAY PER CONSULT

Visits can be billed accordingly as self pay or through the insurance company. A physician who takes a phone call or e-mail from a patient who describes symptoms and needs to go to the emergency room can bill for the advise and arranging of patient care to a specialist, hospital ect.  If using a website through the internet that included camera aided viweing, this can prove to be beneficial to a patient if a physician is able to view a problem that can bee seen. This enables the physician to furthur diagnose and remedy the problem. home telephone care does not and will not eliminate actual in office physician visits by any means. This is simply a method designed to accomodate a patient who is unable to see his or her physician but will also allow the physician to maintain a constant contact of existing and regular patients.

STIPULATIONS

The patient must be an existing and established patient of the physician.
The patient has to have at least one office visit every year.
It is recommended for those who are on a monthly or three month followup to keep their scheduled doctors office visit appointments. If unable to do so then they must visit a lab for routine tests and will be billed subsequently for home telephone care.
Blood pressure visits ect. have to be kept as the patient will be required to sign a waiver stating their permission to forego actual medical visits when they are unable to visit the physician in office in order to receive physician approval for home telephone care.

Dated: May 30,2010                                Attest: A.Sadiq                     
                                                                        On Behalf of Pieces





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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physician for health advice or service.

HOME TELEPHONE CARE

With such a dilemma a patient can now receive medical information from the doctors, via email, phone website or fax. Once this care is legalized a physician can work with a patient who may be temporarily without insurance or is unable to make a visit to the doctor for routine maintenance.  Examples for such visits include: prescriptions for procedures, medications, to also obtain information about a problem or condition, viewing results sent to the doctor and other information pertinent for physician response.

PAY PER CONSULT

Visits can be billed accordingly as self pay or through the insurance company. A physician who takes a phone call or e-mail from a patient who describes symptoms and needs to go to the emergency room can bill for the advise and arranging of patient care to a specialist, hospital ect.  If using a website through the internet that included camera aided viweing, this can prove to be beneficial to a patient if a physician is able to view a problem that can bee seen. This enables the physician to furthur diagnose and remedy the problem. home telephone care does not and will not eliminate actual in office physician visits by any means. This is simply a method designed to accomodate a patient who is unable to see his or her physician but will also allow the physician to maintain a constant contact of existing and regular patients.

STIPULATIONS

The patient must be an existing and established patient of the physician.
The patient has to have at least one office visit every year.
It is recommended for those who are on a monthly or three month followup to keep their scheduled doctors office visit appointments. If unable to do so then they must visit a lab for routine tests and will be billed subsequently for home telephone care.
Blood pressure visits ect. have to be kept as the patient will be required to sign a waiver stating their permission to forego actual medical visits when they are unable to visit the physician in office in order to receive physician approval for home telephone care.

Dated: May 30,2010                                Attest: A.Sadiq                     
                                                                        On Behalf of Pieces





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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physician for health advice or service.

HOME TELEPHONE CARE

With such a dilemma a patient can now receive medical information from the doctors, via email, phone website or fax. Once this care is legalized a physician can work with a patient who may be temporarily without insurance or is unable to make a visit to the doctor for routine maintenance.  Examples for such visits include: prescriptions for procedures, medications, to also obtain information about a problem or condition, viewing results sent to the doctor and other information pertinent for physician response.

PAY PER CONSULT

Visits can be billed accordingly as self pay or through the insurance company. A physician who takes a phone call or e-mail from a patient who describes symptoms and needs to go to the emergency room can bill for the advise and arranging of patient care to a specialist, hospital ect.  If using a website through the internet that included camera aided viweing, this can prove to be beneficial to a patient if a physician is able to view a problem that can bee seen. This enables the physician to furthur diagnose and remedy the problem. home telephone care does not and will not eliminate actual in office physician visits by any means. This is simply a method designed to accomodate a patient who is unable to see his or her physician but will also allow the physician to maintain a constant contact of existing and regular patients.

STIPULATIONS

The patient must be an existing and established patient of the physician.
The patient has to have at least one office visit every year.
It is recommended for those who are on a monthly or three month followup to keep their scheduled doctors office visit appointments. If unable to do so then they must visit a lab for routine tests and will be billed subsequently for home telephone care.
Blood pressure visits ect. have to be kept as the patient will be required to sign a waiver stating their permission to forego actual medical visits when they are unable to visit the physician in office in order to receive physician approval for home telephone care.

Dated: May 30,2010                                Attest: A.Sadiq                     
                                                                        On Behalf of Pieces





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