Though many adults say they want to be proactive participants in their healthcare, 25% don’t even have a primary care physician (PCP), and of those who do, only 15% visit their PCP annually.
In this webinar, Doctor On Demand’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ian Tong, and Strategic Telehealth Consultant at the UNM Center for Telehealth, Dr. Dale C. Alverson, discuss the changing nature of primary care, and the role of virtual primary care in solving some of healthcare’s biggest challenges.
Why so few Americans have PCPs and the impact that has on their health
How virtual primary care is different from urgent care or telemedicine
Why virtual primary care is attractive to corporations and insurance companies
The positive patient response to virtual primary care
How Doctor On Demand is helping to lead the way in providing a mechanism for continuity of care, especially when it comes to chronic disease