We Offer Telemedicine

You’re honoring the stay-at-home orders during this COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you should put-off addressing your other healthcare issues or questions. As one of South Florida’s top sports medicine physicians, Moisés Irizarry-Román, MD, offers virtual visits. 

Telehealth 101

Telehealth, also called telemedicine, allows you to seek care and counsel from Dr. Irizarry-Roman via a smartphone, laptop or tablet. These virtual visits are 100% HIPAA-compliant. Telehealth is easy and effective. Here’s how it works:

Patients receive the same top-quality care Dr. Iriarry provides in-person. He is an expert at diagnosing and treating the most complex types of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. 

But let’s not forget he’s also a Primary Care Physician, therefore able to take care of your other ailments, something to keep in mind in this important time of need.

The benefits of telemedicine

Telehealth offers patients many benefits, such as:

Here to stay

Telehealth isn’t new. It’s been around since the 1950s when providers began offering their services via landline phones to patients in remote locations. Thanks to improved technology, telehealth is now widespread and growing, as is patient-satisfaction.

A recent study conducted by the Massachusetts General Hospital showed that “nearly all (patients) perceived the quality of care or communication to be the same or better than at the traditional and familiar office visits.

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, now is a great time to take advantage of our new virtual visits. 

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