How It Works
JUST IMAGINE You wake up one morning with sudden cold-like symptoms: stuffy nose, cough, congestion You have trouble getting an appointment with your existing doctor and you don’t want to miss time at work by sitting in an urgent care or ER waiting room.
After registering with Campus Rx...
Patient calls 1.800.611.5601 or logs on to their member portal to schedule a consultation with a physician licensed in their state.
Member speaks to a Care Coordinator who will triage and update the patient’s Electronic Health Record(EHR) along with all symptoms.
Member consults with Physician who recommends a treatment plan. If a prescription is necessary, it’s sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
The doctor will update the member’s EHR immediately after the consultation. The patient has 24/7 secure access to their member portal.
What is Telemedicine?
Telemedicine originated as a way for healthcare professionals to treat patients who were located in areas that were remote or had a shortage of providers. While telemedicine is still used today to address that need, the recent advances in smartphone and computer technology have made it more accessible to everyone. And with the rising costs of healthcare and wait times reaching into the hours, visits to ERs and urgent care clinics have made seeing a provider when you’re sick, time-consuming and very expensive. Telemedicine benefit packages have therefore become an increasingly popular option offered to patients by employers as a way to receive convenient medical care, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What can Telehealth be used for? If you’re having trouble getting in to see a doctor, our U.S. board-certified, state-licensed doctors can diagnose, recommend treatment, and prescribe medication when necessary for many of your medical issues.
These Diagnoses account for over 91% of all ER & PCP Visits:
- Cold and flu symptoms
- Poison ivy
- Pink eye
- Urinary tract infection
- Respiratory infection
- Sinus problems
- Ear infection
- and more!