Step one: Call 773-883-9100 to schedule your virtual visit
Request your existing primary care provider or we will help you choose one. New patients welcome! That’s it. Leave the rest to us.
Just like an office visit, online doctor visits are billed encounters that go through your incurance. Self-pay is also accepted.
- ^Annual Health Assessments
- ^Arthritis, aches and pains
- ^Asthma and COPD
- ^Dermatology Issues (Rashes, Acne, etc.)
- ^Gynecology (Birth Control, UTIs, Vagintis, etc.)
- ^High Blood Pressure
- ^Medicare Annual Wellness Visits
- ^Pink Eye
- ^Behavioral Health Counseling (Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, etc.)
- ^Sore Throats
- ^Sinus Infections
- ^Well-child appointments
What Type of Telemedicine Visits Are Available? (ICP)
- ^Diagnosis based on symptoms.
- ^Medication prescription and lifestyle modification.
- ^Chronic disease management for high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or diabetes.
- ^Pediatric care and well visits.
- ^Well-woman care for all ages and development stages.
- ^Geriatric care for older individuals with unique needs.
AIHSC Advocates for HB3498 (Telehealth Expansion)
Because of the COVID pandemic, the country has been able to increase access to healthcare by instituting broader use of telehealth services.
Telehealth services expands healthcare services for underserved populations in rural areas, patients with limited mobility, and those experiencing logistical challenges related to transportation, childcare and taking time off work.
AIHSC advocates for HB3498 to expand access, strengthen equity, and modernize healthcare delivery by:
-Ensuring coverage and payment parity for services delivered via telehealth; and
-Preserving audio-only to enable a broad range of convenient, medically appropriate options for our patient population as many may have limited data, devices without video capabilities, and lack of or unreliable internet.
This will bar payors from restricting patient or provider geographic location during services or requiring proof of hardship in order to utilize telehealth.
Telehealth services should be accessible for all patients!
Patient preference and clinical appropriateness should determine course of care not payors!