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Online Doctor in Ohio FAQ
Does Ohio allow telemedicine?
Yes, Ohio does allow telemedicine. You can see an online doctor in Ohio through a licensed and reputable telehealth site like PlushCare. We connect you with board-certified doctors who you can speak with virtually from your phone or computer. Doctors can treat urgent medical conditions, help plan long-term care for ongoing conditions, and quickly tend to everyday care. During your appointment, your doctor can help with diagnoses, treatment plans, and even prescriptions if necessary. They will then electronically send your prescription to your pharmacy of choice.
How much does an online doctor cost in Ohio?
An online doctor visit in Ohio will vary based on insurance coverage and what telehealth provider platform you use. Here at PlushCare, our online doctor appointments also have a range of costs, depending on insurance coverage. However, we accept most major insurance providers, and typically patients with insurance pay less than $25 for an online doctor visit. Without insurance, patients pay $129 for an online doctor appointment, which is still vastly less expensive than visiting a doctor in a hospital.
Can I see an online doctor in Ohio without insurance?
Yes, you can see an online doctor in Ohio without insurance. It may be quite expensive, depending on what you need treated and what telehealth site you use. At PlushCare, patients without insurance only pay $129 for an online doctor visit.
How do I see a doctor virtually in Ohio?
With PlushCare, it is easy and simple to make an appointment with an online doctor. We connect our patients with top-quality doctors, so they can have virtual meetings from the comfort of their homes. To get started, there are a few simple steps:
1. First, book an appointment online using our website or app.
2. Next, meet with one of our licensed doctors during your scheduled appointment time.
3. Your doctor will help you with a diagnosis, treatment plan, and if necessary, will write you a prescription.
4. Lastly, pick up your prescription from your local pharmacy.
Can Virtual Visit Doctors Prescribe Medicine in Ohio?
Yes, doctors can prescribe medicine during virtual visits in Ohio. In order to get a prescription, you will first need to have a consultation with a licensed doctor. At PlushCare, a doctor will start by asking you about medical history, medications, and current symptoms in order to determine a diagnosis. After coming up with a diagnosis, the doctor will create a treatment plan, which could include prescription medication. If the doctor decides it is necessary, they will write you a prescription virtually. Then, they will send it to your local pharmacy, where you can pick it up.
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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