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Do I need to be computer savvy to use online care or an e-visit?

Haya Rubin, MD
Haya Rubin, MD on behalf of MDLIVE
Internal Medicine
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 on your part whatsoever. It is helpful, however, if the practitioner is able to get your history online, which might be possible through a service like Peoplechart.

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