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Virtual visits have been around for years. You may have taken advantage of them with your primary care provider or your child’s pediatrician. But the recent coronavirus pandemic has made the service even more common than you’re probably used to.
While it may not be as easy as fixing a flaw in a picture, new advancements are making it easier for the dermatologist to address that rash, mark, or rough patch of skin.
With virtual visits, you can access many of the same services you typically receive during a traditional in-person appointment, including remote symptom monitoring, diagnosis and treatment, prescriptions, and other medical services.
Virtual visits provide a convenient, simple way to make and keep your appointments without having to physically go into the doctor’s office. Learn more about virtual visits.
Advice on what you need, which tools to have handy and what to expect during your child's virtual exam and afterward.
Although not intended to replace a relationship with a primary care provider, virtual appointments are a good option for routine health concerns.
If reviewing your health files means rummaging through papers and files on your desk or calling your doctor, an electronic personal health record can make life easier.
Accessible from any computer, tablet or smartphone, the University Hospitals MyUHCare Personal Health Record (PHR) allows you to receive lab and radiology results, email a doctor, refill a prescription, request or change appointments and more.