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Do Vermont online doctors accept insurance?
Yes, Vermont online doctors typically accept health insurance. Coverage may vary depending on your plan; be sure to check with your insurance provider and online doctor platform first. We are in-network with most major health insurers.
How do I talk to a virtual doctor in Vermont?
You can talk to a virtual doctor in Vermont by booking an appointment on our telehealth platform. First, schedule a time to virtually meet with one of our licensed doctors via our website or app. Then, meet with the doctor at the scheduled time to discuss your health concerns. The physician will provide you with a diagnosis and care plan, and may prescribe medication if you qualify after a medical evaluation.
Can a Vermont online doctor prescribe medications?
Yes, a Vermont online doctor can prescribe medications after completing a medical evaluation. If a medication is prescribed as part of a treatment plan, the doctor will electronically send a prescription to a local pharmacy of the patient’s choice, where the prescription can then be picked up. Our doctors can prescribe non-controlled substances after a medical consultation.
How do I set up a virtual doctor visit in Vermont?
You can set up a virtual doctor visit in Vermont by booking an appointment on a telehealth platform such as ours. First, choose a doctor and schedule a time for your online visit. Then, attend your virtual visit via your phone or computer, preferably in a quiet area with a stable Internet connection. You will then speak with your doctor, who will work with you to address your health concerns and guide any steps regarding care or treatment.
What should I expect at a Vermont virtual doctor visit?
A Vermont virtual doctor visit at PlushCare will provide you with high-quality care from a top licensed doctor. Each appointment is 15 minutes, during which you can discuss your symptoms, medical history, and any current prescriptions with your doctor, who will help provide you with a diagnosis and care plan. If medication is prescribed, it will be electronically sent to a local pharmacy for pickup.
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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