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MDLiveCare First TeleHealth Provider to Launch on the Google Health Platform
Date:10/7/2009

have been telling us that they want more access to convenience services, like being able to securely email, schedule, and consult a doctor online. MDLiveCare represents this type of online model. It allows our users the ability to access and use telehealth services with their medical data captured at the point of care."

MDLiveCare provides access to a national network of board certified physicians and licensed mental health therapists, including specialists in the fields of pediatrics and dermatology, through its unique and extensive services and software platform. Physicians credentialed to operate on the platform are required to pass a rigorous evaluation process that establishes their board certifications, clinical knowledge and patient manner, as well as their ability to operate the system. Once certified, network physicians and therapists interact with patients remotely and are able to diagnose and treat an extensive list of common conditions; in addition, they are able to order lab tests and write electronic prescriptions via the system's direct connection to one of the largest networks of labs and pharmacies in the country. At the heart of this integration with Google Health, patient's electronic personal health records can be used at the point-of-care by doctors.

About MDLiveCare Health Services, Inc. (https://www.MDLiveCare.com)
Founded in 2006, and headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida - MDLiveCare brings the most advanced telehealth solution available today. With 24/7/365 access to board certified doctors and licensed therapists via video, phone, and email, health care access is now available after hours, at the workplace, while traveling, in rural areas, to the chronically ill and bed ridden, or anyone seeking medical attention at their convenience. Recently, MDLiveCare received a significant investment from the iCan Group ('/>"/>

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