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Telemedicine Leader SecondOpinions.com and Award Winning iHealthSpot Join Efforts to Educate Patients About Healthcare Options
Date:8/28/2013

them to learn more about the conditions affecting them. We believe the robust iHealthSpot patient education library allows us to achieve this goal.”

SecondOpinions.com offers a patent-pending, fully automated platform that allows you to easily upload your original radiological images to a HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulated, secure and confidential platform and receive your expert second opinion within hours.

Second opinions decrease medical errors; save lives, and keeps healthcare costs down by preventing unnecessary surgeries and procedures. “Now not only will our patients have easy, affordable access to obtain a second opinion, they have the ability to research their condition and gain a better understanding of what is actually going on inside their body,” says Yuz. And the best part is that all of the medical information is now located on one website!

Prices for second opinions range from $29.00 - $99.00 per report. Expert subspecialist radiologists are available 24/7/365 in all 50 states. We also have specialist and sub-specialist physicians in virtually all medical fields who provide second opinion consultations via telephone and video chat at an affordable price as low as $49 per 5-minute consultation. These prices are lower than many insurance co-payments.

For more information, please visit the website http://www.secondopinions.com.

About SecondOpinions.com
SecondOpinons.com, a division of USARAD.com is a medical consultation and second opinions leader providing second opinion consultation services in all areas of medicine including radiology. Utilizing a unique, proprietary patent- pending, cloud technology, SecondOpinions.com makes it possible to receive an expert second opinion in the privacy of one’s home or office.

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