Sunday, May 18, 2008 "I have diabetes and high blood pressure and often need advice from my physician. Each time I need advice I am forced to make an appointment and go to the doctor’s office. Most of the time his advice is routine or I need some adjustment to my medications. Is there a way for me to avoid making the appointment and getting advice on line or on the phone.

Many doctors will now “see you” online through the internet. According to Wall Street Journal web sites are now available to doctors that take a history that allows your doctor to decide if he can treat you without a visit. Doctors that use this software charge a fee of approximately $30 to process your request for advice. Ask you doctor about adopting this process. Remember, most health insurance does not cover online virtual visits so you will be paying for this service out of pocket."

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