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Houston's NuPhysicia LLC has Remote Medical Technologies and Services Featured on CNN Health Report
Date:1/13/2009

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For the low cost of $59, the NuPhysicia remote medical technologies and eCareGroup services allow patients in a retail clinic such as Walmart to see a physician, said Dr. Glenn Hammack, president. "In these times of economic uncertainty, the ability to deliver such care is a great pleasure for NuPhysicia," said Hammack. "We appreciate CNN helping us get the word out. The story is a good overview of a great clinical service."

"Many ask why we don't accept insurance and the answer is simple, to keep the cost affordable, and the service quick and convenient," Hammack added. Patients with insurance are given the appropriate paperwork to file for reimbursement with their insurance companies if they so desire. Telemedicine is an accepted form of medical delivery by the majority of insurance providers.

Hammack added that while the CNN report posed the question "Is the remote care impersonal?" it is important to note that patients have shown high acceptance of telemedicine. Patients find it equally friendly to traditional office visits, and typically more accessible. "High patient satisfaction with NuPhysicia's remote medical care methods has been documented by multiple independent studies," said Hammack. "Patients get it. They appreciate what the technology brings in terms of accessibility, convenience and getting their needs met right away with a physician visit."

To view the report, go to CNN's website at:

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/health/2008/12/28/cohen.turn.your.head.click.cnn?iref=videosearch

About NuPhysicia LLC

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