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Online Doctor in Kentucky FAQ
Does Kentucky allow telemedicine?
Kentucky allows telemedicine to be practiced by licensed doctors.
Can a Kentucky online doctor write a prescription?
Yes, Kentucky online doctors can write prescriptions depending on your diagnosis and condition. If your online doctor determines that you need medication as part of your treatment plan, your doctor can then write a prescription and electronically send it to your local pharmacy. Visit our online prescription page for more information.
Can I see a doctor online in Kentucky?
Yes, you can see a doctor online in Kentucky from your home. Make sure you connect with licensed online doctors via a trusted, reputable, and HIPAA-compliant platform, like PlushCare. Follow these simple steps to get started:
– Make an appointment online using our app or website. PlushCare offers telehealth services almost every day, even outside business hours and on weekends.
– Attend your appointment via virtual video chat from your smartphone or computer. Our doctors will diagnose you and tailor a treatment plan for you.
Are telehealth visits covered by insurance in Kentucky?
Yes, most insurance covers online doctor visits. However, it is always a good idea to check with your insurance provider and the online doctor to confirm the details of your insurance plan.
What happens during a Kentucky virtual doctor appointment?
Before your virtual doctor appointment, make sure that you have access to a stable internet connection, are situated in a quiet area, and are comfortable. Through PlushCare, you can attend your appointment via virtual video chat from your smartphone or computer.
Our doctors will conduct your visit, provide a diagnosis, and create a treatment plan for you. If they need to prescribe medicine as part of the treatment, they will write you a prescription and electronically send it to your local pharmacy.
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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