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MeMD, Inc Releases New Health Condition Videos
Date:9/27/2013

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 27, 2013

MeMD, Inc., a leading provider of affordable and convenient online medical care, is leveraging online media to reach out to their audience by releasing "Health Condition Guides" in video format.

Patients, who visit MeMD for a variety of medical reasons, can utilize these Health Condition Videos as they address the ailments that online medical providers often treat. The most common conditions include: earaches, urinary tract infections, sinus infections, sore throats, and colds or coughs. The founder and CEO, John Shufeldt, along with company employees, are featured in these short and informative videos and will appear in the "What We Treat" section of MeMD, Facebook page, YouTube, Vimeo, and Twitter.

MeMD offers a distinctive way for patients to inquire about their conditions and see a medical provider, all in one step. The 90-second segments will connect the viewer to MeMD. Acting as an information station, the "Health Guide" videos will allow the patient to better understand their symptoms, the treatment plan and the process of an online medical consult. Before they meet with a provider, the patient can watch the video and be fully prepared for their online visit.

Social media is acting as MeMD's mode of operation to share the Health Condition Videos and help educate patients on the commonly treated conditions. Technology is the leading force for online medical care and MeMD is utilizing every feature to reach out to this hyper connected generation.

Social media is a vital aspect in spreading the word and updating people on the company’s latest activities. With the "Health Guide" videos comes a whole new aspect of online medical care. These scripted and detailed videos will give patients the information they need without having to search the web.     

MeMD has been connecting to patients across the country through their daily Facebook and Twitter posts, shared board on Pinterest, YouTube posts, monthly newsletters, topical blog entries, and uploads to Slide Share. Videos are just another step for the progressive telehealth company and their future endeavors. On average MeMD’s Facebook connects to over 38,000 people per month, while Pinterest has reached over 120,000 pinners and MeMD's YouTube has in total over 26,000 views; they hope to increase that number with the release of their latest Health Condition Videos.

The new segments will be posted on all of MeMD’s social media sites over the next couple of months as they are filmed and uploaded to their "What We Treat" section on their website. There will be a video for every ailment MeMD treats, from allergies to earaches, fever, nausea, or headaches.

Visit MeMD.me and click “What We Treat” to learn more.

About MeMD

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, MeMD, Inc is revolutionizing the healthcare industry by offering access to affordable, convenient, on-demand and secure web-based health care. MeMD combines proven telemedicine technologies with business model innovations to improve access to medical providers, reduce healthcare costs, and make the experience of seeing a physician convenient, enjoyable, and affordable – the way it should be.

Through MeMD, most patients are seen and treated in thirty minutes or less with no drive time or wait time at the doctor’s office. No insurance is necessary and there is no membership fee or commitment to sign-up. For more information visit MeMD.me.

To inquire about MeMD’s Employer Based Telemedicine Solutions call MeMD's Vice President of Business Solutions, Kevin Walquist at (480) 339-5003.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/MeMD/Health-Condition-Videos/prweb11091937.htm.


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