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Telemedicine allows healthcare professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology. The approach has been through a remarkable evolution in the last decade.

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A paper – based detailed medical report

You will receive a detailed medical report on your conditions including diagnosis, optimal treatment of your condition. Your medical assistant will assist you in understanding the doctor’s report.

Video consultation with the professional doctor

A video conference meeting between you and the doctor of your preference in presence of translator and specialist if necessary medical examinations are needed.

Dedication. Passion. Advancement.

Minimize the time
No need to wait too long as now you can reach the best doctor of your preference and get his medical diagnosis in the shortest period of time
No travel expenses
Loving Care is closed to you. You can communicate with the professional doctor from the comfort of your home.
No exposure to other potentially contagious patients

Trust and confidence
You consult a professional doctor who can advise you with the accurate diagnosis and enable you to feel confident for your decision about your health

Support in the communication process
Our medical team is consist of Arabic native speakers. They can facilitate the communication with the professional doctors and they can participate with you during the video consultation meeting with the professional doctor.

A medical assistant… close to you
Our medical team is in continuous communication with you and they contribute to the value delivery of your condition in the most effective way.

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What is the use of telemedicine?

Telemedicine uses modern technology to make it possible for physicians and patients to communicate virtually whenever and wherever needed. Typically a smart phone or computer and the internet are all that is required.

How common is telemedicine?

Telemedicine is an important and quickly growing component of healthcare delivery. There are currently about 200 telemedicine networks, with 3,500 service sites all round the world. In 2011 alone the Veterans Health Administration delivered over 300,000 remote consultations using telemedicine. More than half of all U.S. hospitals now use some form of telemedicine.

Is telemedicine safe?

Yes. When used under the right conditions and for appropriate cases, telemedicine has been shown to be as safe and effective as in-person care. Of course, not every condition is conducive to treatment via video visits, so providers must use good judgment when leveraging this channel for healthcare delivery.

How difficult is telemedicine technology to use?

In order to be effective, telemedicine technologies must be easy to use for both patients and providers. The best solutions are easy for medical offices to set up and deploy and as easy for patients as the mobile device applications they use every day.

What are the telemedicine requirements?

Telemedicine requires high speed internet (for video quality), a computer or smartphone and a private quiet place for the appointments.

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