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The Future of Medicine Today!

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Advanced Medicine

Being a physician in today’s ever-evolving world requires the ability to innovate and constantly engage.

Engagement

Dr. Abrams engages his patients with the most advanced technologies both in his office but also with telemedicine to your home or office. Dr. Abrams, an Assistant Clinical Professor at the USC School of Medicine, maintains his office in Tarzana in the San Fernando Valley and, thru Telemedicine, delivers virtual personalized medical care wherever you are.

Telemedicine Hours

24 hours a day 7 days a week

Tele
Medicine

In a nutshell, Telemedicine is the remote delivery of health care services and clinical information using the smart phones and computers: video conferencing, text messaging, email and even telephone using HIPAA secure connections.

Is Telemedicine safe?

Yes. When practiced by skilled professionals it’s a safe and cost-effective way to extend the delivery of health care.

Can I still visit your office?

While technology will continue to enhance the delivery of health care as we know it, it will likely never eliminate the need for in-person interaction in health care. Office visits can be scheduled whenever needed.

Is it just for simple things?

A growing number of specialists are now using Telemedicine for dermatology, mental health, orthopedic consults, and even management of chronic diseases.

How typical is Telemedicine?

Telemedicine is growing quickly in the United States. According to the American Telemedicine Association, there are currently about 200 Telemedicine networks, with 3,500 service sites in the US.

Qualified
Doctor Care

Just as gentle hands can make an experience at the doctor better. Dr. David cares about your experience.

Medical Guidance

Sometimes it's nice to send Doc a photo and ask whats up.

Medical Friend

With such ease of access, you feel like your just calling a friend.

Watch our video tour

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Hipaa Compliance

Security is important, we've got it covered.

From our blog

 

Feb-16

Telemedicine is Getting Noticed

Posted by Dr. David Abrams

An article recently appeared on MedCityNews.com discussing my favorite topic: Telemedicine. In it, the American College of Physicians, known as the ACP, acknowledged that Telemedicine can “increase access to care and patient satisfaction while delivering care that is more efficient and less costly than in-person encounters.” Read More

 

The Art of Telemedicine

Posted by Dr. David Abrams

Telemedicine, defined as the use of technologies—including telephones—to remotely diagnose, monitor and treat patients, has actually been practiced for decades. Beginning in the 1960s when the space program began, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was able to chart their astronauts’ vital statistics thanks to.. Read More


Feb-16