Telemedicine is the delivery of healthcare over modern communication methods. In the case of OrthoLive, this is done with HIPAA compliant secure video chat.

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Yes. OrthoLive uses HIPAA compliant video that is also utilized by other leading telemedicine providers and NASA.

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WiFi is not required but highly recommended. You will need the ability to connect to the internet, so if you do not have WiFi at your location you will need a mobile device with LTE, 4G or 3G service.

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The visit is billed to your insurance and coverage is the same as if you were in the office for an in-person visit.

iOS and Android devices

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It is estimated that over 80% of initial injuries can be diagnosed via telemedicine.

Your provider can order testing such as MRI, CT, Electrodiagnostic studies (EMG/NCS) and X-rays. Treatment can ordered such as injections, physical or hand therapy, prescription medications and bracing.

You can use your HSA account just as you would for a visit in the doctor’s office.

Visits typically last less than 10 minutes

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