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Online Doctor in Alaska FAQ
Does Alaska allow telemedicine?
Yes, Alaska does allow telemedicine. You can speak with a licensed Alaska doctor on your computer or phone in order to get high-quality care for your health needs. Telehealth appointments are convenient, easy to schedule, and help you to save time when you need to consult a doctor.
Can an Alaska online doctor prescribe medicine?
Yes, an Alaska online doctor may prescribe medicine after conducting an online medical assessment and evaluation. Our physicians will review your symptoms, medical history, and any current medications in determining whether to prescribe medication as part of a treatment plan. Prescriptions are electronically sent to a local pharmacy of your choice for pick up.
Can you talk to an online doctor in Alaska?
You can talk to an online doctor in Alaska using our secure, HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform. Our licensed doctors are here to help, and they have an average of 15 years of experience. To speak with an online doctor in Alaska, you can book an appointment through our website or app at a time that works for your schedule. From there, you will speak with your doctor during your online appointment, who provide you with a diagnosis and care plan,
Can Alaska online doctors prescribe antibiotics?
An Alaska online doctor may be able to prescribe antibiotics once a medical evaluation has been completed and after determining if antibiotics would be an appropriate treatment. During an online medical evaluation, the doctor would provide a diagnosis and treatment plan. If antibiotics are prescribed, the physician will electronically send the prescription to a pharmacy for pick up.
Do Alaska online doctors accept insurance?
Most insurance plans now cover telehealth appointments, though be sure to check with your insurance plan and online doctor platform. We are in-network with most major insurers.
Telehealth is not appropriate for serious conditions that require immediate attention or emergency care. If you experience any life-threatening issues, call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately.
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