The new teleservice, myVirtualHealthVisit, enables patients to connect with doctors for video visits over mobile and web, extending patient access to quality care.
Patients with a smart phone, or a webcam-enabled computer, can now talk with a doctor from home, while in the office or anywhere they have reliable internet access. Patients can access myVirtualHealthVisit online at myVirtualHealthVisit.org or by downloading the app from the App Store for iOS devices or Google Play for Android and Google devices.
The service launched with a focus on providing access to urgent care. Adults and children can use the services if they are experiencing common conditions such as acid reflux, bronchitis, cough and cold, earache, fever, flu, headache, joint pain or strains, lower back pain, pink eye, rashes and other minor skin problems, seasonal allergies, sinus infection, sore throat, vomiting and diarrhea. myVirtualHealthVisit does not replace the need for emergency care in life-threatening situations.
The service features:
Johnson Memorial's myVirtual HealthVisit service is a partnership with the Suburban Health Organization (SHO) hospitals of central Indiana and American Well, a leading telehealth company. Other hospitals participating in the partnership include Hancock Regional Hospital, Hendricks Regional Health, Henry Community Health, Major Health Partners, Margaret Mary Health, Riverview Health, Rush Memorial Hospital, and Witham Health Services.
Johnson Memorial Health has launched a new online service that connects patients to physicians 24/7. The new teleservice, myVirtualHealthVisit, enables patients to connect with doctors for video visits over mobile and web, extending patient access to quality care.