Telehealth is now offered for patients of My Clinics. Call 812-847-4481 to schedule an appointment with a My Clinic provider today. Telehealth visits are covered under most insurance plans.
What is Telehealth?
A telehealth clinic visit offers care for patients by a licensed healthcare provider (either a physician or nurse practitioner) using telemedicine. Telemedicine is the use of telecommunication and information technology to provide clinical health care from a distance. In a telehealth clinic setting, there will be two-way video conferencing between a healthcare provider and the patient. Telehealth allows for patients to visit with and receive medical assessments from a provider without leaving home.
Home-Based My Clinic Telehealth Services Include:
- Diagnosis and treatment for acute illnesses and minor injuries such as strep throat, ear infections, rash, and influenza
- Management and ongoing care of existing medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, etc.
Payment of My Clinic Telehealth Visits:
Your insurance will be billed for services provided by telehealth visits. If you do not have insurance or Medicaid coverage, services will be provided on a sliding fee scale that is based on your income. If you are uninsured, please contact Greene County General Hospital’s Patient Navigators through our partners at ClaimAid. ClaimAid’s expert Navigator works out of GCGH and is ready to help. The Navigator can be reached at 812-699-6067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch our My Clinics Project Manager, Kylee Ferree, explain how a telehealth visit works