Our Mission

Founded in 2006, MDLIVE, formerly MDLiveCare, is a leading TeleHealth provider of online and on-demand healthcare delivery services and software that benefit patients, hospitals, employers, payers, physician practice groups and accountable care organizations. The company'™s cloud-based Virtual Medical Office software platform makes it possible for patients, medical professionals and plan administrators to collaborate seamlessly and securely via voice, video, email and mobile devices. Payers and providers can also utilize the HIPAA compliant system to collect and share clinical data from patient medical records, lab results and in-home biometric devices for real-time risk assessments, wellness advice, diagnosis and treatment. MDLIVE provides affordable, 24/7/365 Anytime, Anywhere consultations via a nationwide network of board-certified physicians and licensed therapists. ***Sometimes visiting a doctor's office can make you nervous, impatient, or even scared. You may have only a few minutes with your health care provider. Later, you might remember something you forgot to ask. Or you may forget what the doctor or nurse said. MDLIVE can help make this less stressful. From the comfort of your own home, car, or even from your place of employment, MDLIVE is able to provide you with the health services and information you require. You have the capability to lists all of your concerns, any allergies and all the medicines, herbs or vitamins you take. MDLIVE is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Your consulting physician'™s instructions, diagnosis, and treatment advice is always accessible through your personal HIPAA compliant portal. MDLIVE is only a phone call away.



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  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    No, this is not permitted as controlled substances cannot be prescribed online in general. Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    If you are going to try to use the video capabilities of a service like MDLiveCare, then you need to be computer savvy. However, you can simply call this service as well to get a telephone consultation which is then audio recorded and documented online. This requires absolutely no computer expertise...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    Online care or an e-visit is a way of obtaining medical care for problems which do not require a physical examination and which do not require treatment beyond a prescription available online or diagnostic tests beyond blood tests. It is best if you are able to give the treating doctor online a c...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    Some people are signed up for services such as MDLiveCare by their employers, or sign up themselves for such a service at a monthly fee. This allows them to pay a low charge (such as $35) for a 10 minute consultation. The individual consultation is generally paid online with credit card or PayPal...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    Generally online care or an e-visit can be used for conditions or informational questions which do not require an in-person physical examination. For example, an uncomplicated bladder infection on one's honeymoon where one doesn't reall want to interrupt the honeymoon for an office visit, or let's say...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    Generally online care or an e-visit can be used for conditions or informational questions which do not require an in-person physical examination. For example, an uncomplicated bladder infection on one's honeymoon where one doesn't reall want to interrupt the honeymoon for an office visit, or let's say...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    Some people are signed up for services such as MDLiveCare by their employers, or sign up themselves for such a service at a monthly fee. This allows them to pay a low charge (such as $35) for a 10 minute consultation. The individual consultation is generally paid online with credit card or PayPal...Read More
  • Dr. Haya Rubin, MD - Mountain View, CA - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Haya Rubin, MD of MDLIVE answered:
    If you are going to try to use the video capabilities of a service like MDLiveCare, then you need to be computer savvy. However, you can simply call this service as well to get a telephone consultation which is then audio recorded and documented online. This requires absolutely no computer expertise...Read More
  • Dr. Norval L. Books, MD - Broken Bow, NE - Family Medicine
    Yes, the family can disagree with the recommendations of the critical care specialist. If this occurs it is important to have a conversation with the specialist to address the family's concerns and the specialist's recommendations so that everyone understands the recommendations and the consequences...Read More
  • Dr. Rick Sayegh - city, AK - Internal Medicine
    Dr. Rick Sayegh of MDLIVE answered:
    An anesthesiologist is a doctor who went to four years of medical school, then completed a medical internship and subspecialty training in the medical field of anesthesiology. Read More
  • Dr. Alice Wofsy - PENNS GROVE, NJ - Emergency Medicine
    Dr. Alice Wofsy of MDLIVE answered:
    Emergency contraception is taking a single dose of a synthetic progestin hormone [levonorgestrel] by mouth as soon as possible after unprotected sex. It is called Plan B One Step or 'the morning after pill' and is available at the pharmacy. One step is a single pill which has replaced 2 pill dosing...Read More
  • MDLIVE
    MDLIVE posted:
    HealthSparq, a leading provider of healthcare transparency solutions for health insurers, announced it has signed an agreement with MDLIVE to offer Telehealth services through its transparency platform to health plans and employers across the nation.
    MDLIVE is a leading Telehealth provider of online and on-demand healthcare delivery services and software, giving its users access to 24 -7 -365 online video or telephone consultations with board-certified internal medicine, emergency medicine, family practice and pediatric physicians.
    Telehealth offers a perfect addition to HealthSparq's integrated provider directory and will allow health plan members and employees to search for and visit doctors in a virtual setting, said HealthSparq President Scott Decker...These simple and effective consultations can be done for a fraction of a physical office visit, which is beneficial to employers and health insurers looking to cut healthcare costs.
  • MDLIVE
    MDLIVE posted:
    The FDA is urging medical device makers and health care facilities to make sure there are proper safeguards in place to protect their medical devices from cyber threats.

    The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) said on Thursday that its warning is directed specifically at biomedical engineers, health care IT and procurements staff, medical device user facilities, hospitals and medical device manufacturers.

    A cyber attack may be caused when *malware is introduced into medical equipment, as well as unauthorized people gaining access to configuration settings in hospital networks and equipment.
  • MDLIVE
    MDLIVE posted:
    Using sophisticated techniques to sample and analyze airborne molecules in the odors from human skin cells, scientists in the US were able to detect a unique chemical signature for melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

    They suggest their methods, which can spot the difference between different types of melanoma cell and normal skin cells using odor signatures, could lead to a new non-invasive way to diagnose human melanoma in the early stages.

    In their study they also show how a nano-sensor device could lead to a portable clinical tool for non-invasive odor detection of melanoma.
  • MDLIVE
    MDLIVE posted:
    http://www.ecihealthcarepartners.com/news/mdlive_telehealth_forges_exclusive_partnership