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Alternatives to Kallaco Testing

2020.07.30 20:01 Bst011 Alternatives to Kallaco Testing

I saw alot of people posting about where to get tested besides Kallaco. I understand that Kallaco is extremely sketchy(as pointed out by others here) and GMU is not offering any assistance themselves. I thought I'd just make this post to highlight other ways you can get tested
  1. Call your general practice provider, i.e. the doctor you go to for physicals and non-emergencies. Odds are they offer testing at one of their locations. If your GP is part of a chain of related providers, they may only offer testing at some locations but probably not all, just keep that in mind. If they don't offer testing they can almost certainly direct you to a credible partner that does. I advise calling ahead because they will probably require an appointment and want you to have a telemed session with your doctor first. In my case my GP waived the telemed session because I am symptom free and just need a test for university. As if that is something your GP can do for you too.
  2. Research local pharmacies. Many pharmacies are offering testing, look for one near you that is. Again I recommend calling ahead. The last thing you want is to get there and have to wait several hours or potentially not get tested at all because of red tape.
  3. Research local hospitals and Patient First/Express Medical facilities. Many will have drive up testing sites. Once again, call ahead. For most drive up locations I am aware of, you don't even need to leave your car and enter the hospital if you are worried about potential exposure there.
  4. MOST IMPORTANTLY! Current government guidelines in the US state that free Covid testing is your right(as a US citizen, im sorry i don't know more for immigrants and other non-citizens). If you have any insurance at all it should fully cover the cost of testing based on current guidelines. For those without insurance, testing is still supposed to be free, paid for by the government, but there might be extra red tape if thats the case. Even here, calling ahead is your friend. Ask and make sure the location accepts your insurance and what you need to do to get free testing if you don't have insurance.
I hope this helps someone. I welcome anyone who has more information that I missed in the replies. Anything to help when the Kallaco situation inevitably blows up in GMU's face.
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2020.07.26 06:23 ProcrastinatorJames [Event] Your Regularly Scheduled Election Is Soon: The Government collapses

January 1st 2023
Bibi boasted, and bibi delivered. The former Prime Ministers threat to end the coalition between Blue and White and Likud came true today when the deadline imposed by the former PM came and went without any action from the Prime Minister Mr. Gantz. Subsequently the Netanyahu sent notice to the President and the Knesset speaker that Likud would cease its participation in the Governing coalition and would sit as the opposition thus making Netanyahu the Leader Of The Opposition. Soon after Shas, United Torah Judaism and Derekh Eretez all allies of Likud announced they were pulling out as well. By lunch time the government went fro a 72 seat majority to an 18 seat minority with little chance of survival.
Soon after the President Yuli Edelstein called Mr. Gantz and asked whether he would be able to form a new government. Mr. Gantz soon after attempted to form a new administration but the numbers were unworkable and soon after he called the President back and told him he would be unable to do so. Soon after President Edelstein called Mr. Netanyahu and offered him The chance to forma government, but Bibi said no and instead said that he would instead pursue an early election by a no confidence motion. With this the President soon after did what many saw as inevitable and dissolved the Knesset for an election.
Soon after Gantz announced a pact with his former partners Yesh Atid-Telem seemingly reunifying the once powerful Blue And White. Netanyahu and Likud meanwhile began a blitz against Gantz calling him a weak leader who wants to sell Israel out. It was clear, two years of bad blood had boiled over into open hatred.
Polls show a neck and neck race between the two factions though the question remains what government will come out of this election if any. Pundits say another prolonged crisis like the 19-20 crisis is inevitable
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2020.05.14 05:18 RabbitTroopForever Seeing my psychiatrist smile today made me realize how much I've grown

I had a telemed appointment with my psychiatrist today to discuss the anti-anxiety medication I've been on for the past 7 months. I have a lot of trust issues with mental healthcare workers. Most of the therapists I've seen haven't worked well for me and the only other psychiatrist I'd ever seen put me on a rotating list of medications, all of which had really awful side effects with no tangible benefits. When I finally got the courage to tell him that I didn't want to see him anymore, he made me sign a paper saying that I would probably kill myself within a few months without him. Luckily, the therapist I'm seeing now is great and she referred me to a psychiatrist who I trust.
About two weeks ago, I contacted my current psychiatrist to inquire about upping the dosage of my anti-anxiety medication. The medication was helping, but I had a sudden urge to kill myself which scared me. We agreed to up the dose and check-in during our video appointment today.
Upping the dose made all the difference. I no longer felt the sharp pang of fear when a notification of a work e-mail came in during off hours or when a friend texted me. In fact, I started finding joy in connecting with my co-workers and friends. I read a book for fun, and instead of reading feeling like an indictment of my own stupidity as I struggled to remember the beginning of each sentence and relate the characters to one another, it was fun. I spent more time with my pet, and reveled in the softness of his fur. I started preparing to apply for an advanced degree program because I started to believe that I am worthy of that kind of investment. Most importantly to me, partner and my friends have told me that I seem less stressed, less angry, and more positive. For the last 20 years, I believed that a core part of my personality was "sad." In the face of all of the feedback from the people who mean the most to me, I've begun to reassess that definition.
When I told my current psychiatrist all of this, the sincerity of his smile shocked me. I'd never seen him smile so broadly, and I felt so happy that he was smiling because of something I'd honestly expressed.
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2020.05.10 16:17 i_made_it_n1ce You’re Not a Mother(’s) Day 2020

Got up and wrote this today and not sure where else to share it. Thinking of all of you hoping to be moms, those of you dealing with loss, and everyone else 🌸
I’m up too early this morning. I keep trying to get sleep, but my dreams have been chaotic for days and the new puppy still sometimes gets up in the middle of the night. The puppy that my father-in-law of 10 biological children insists isn’t our baby. I cried during the surprise quarantine birthday Zoom for Mike when his dad went on this rant (again), because it was another reminder of my two failed attempts at being a “real” mom. I’m not sure if this is worse than my stepfather’s insistence that miscarriages are so common, but now women just know sooner - thanks, that doesn’t make me feel good either.
Today my plan is to throw myself into house projects, talk to my mom and mother-in-law, and stay the fuck off social media. I am not a mom. I have lost two pregnancies, but I am not a mom. I will not show off the bump for the baby due on June 12 and write a beautiful message about life growing in me while the world deals with a pandemic. I will not post a picture of my growing second trimester belly and discuss my rainbow baby and the hope that Mike and I feel for the “little bean” due on October 8. Because, for all intents and purposes, I am not a mom.
I love the moms in my life - my mom, my mother-in-law, my mom friends. But I’m not part of their club. Twice I thought I would be, I imagined the lack of sleep, the diapers, the work/life balance, and the reward of starting a family with sweet Mike, my partner. We modified our budget to account for daycare when buying our new home — the home that was going to be great for our growing family. The nursery is now Mike’s office.
I had an HSG this Friday to see if my uterus was abnormally shaped. I begged my provider to schedule this for me, I wanted it done before my due date in June but with the pandemic there were hoops I had to jump through. Those included a doctor on part of my “care team” telling me this is not urgent and I may need to wait until July unless an outside facility would schedule the procedure, finding an outside facility to schedule the procedure, then having the referral denied because Kaiser can perform the HSG themselves. When I finally got the well-intentioned Kaiser scheduler on the phone, she gave me advice to “stop trying so hard”. Yep, this woman suggested I should stop trying so hard to get pregnant and then I won’t miscarry again. Thanks, medical imaging scheduler, I’ll take your advice and stop trying to find the root cause of my fertility issues — then I will surely be a mom.
The crazy part is, I feel the most sane I’ve been in months. I’m doing yoga regularly, on a healthy dose of Zoloft along with talk therapy, communicating better with Mike, and balancing school, work, and life (not that I have a social life in quarantine). The HSG showed that I have some fibroids and/or polyps in my uterus. I got the results before talking with a doctor and according to Google these could be a factor in my fertility issues. I have a telemed appointment with an OBGYN tomorrow. Maybe they’ll tell me how I can become a mother.
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2020.05.04 23:15 dipperthedog Conflicted about upcoming in-office visits during continued lockdown (vent)

I haven't responded well to a number of treatments, but back in January I tried a Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) for c-PTSD (a condition I have that greatly exacerbates my autoimmune condition) and peri-neural injections, but I wasn't able to go through with the follow-up treatments because the lockdown started and my doctors' offices closed except for telemed appointments (not helpful) and life-saving procedures (like infusions for cancer patients). I also suck at keeping up with my physical therapy homework.
I understood the necessity but, like many of you I imagine, felt like during lockdown I was basically just sitting, experiencing my pain without the physical ability to do anything enjoyable or distracting because of it and unable to change it. (This isn't objectively true, I have given a couple of new medications a shot. It's just hard to tell if anything works because we're not in a normal state for me to have a point of reference.) More recently, the stress of inactivity has amped up because we are nearing the date my partner and I were planning to move cross-country, something that was in the works long before the pandemic, and I'm afraid of dropping my treatments and not having a plan for transition before we go.
Now a couple of my providers are starting to hold in-office hours again for these treatments. I'm really pleased about it because that means I can get back on track and feel like I'm doing something about my constant discomfort, but on the other hand I'm worried that it's too soon and that I'm going to be complicit in the second wave of COVID-19 infections. I have a reusable, washable face mask and I've been washing my hands so much that all of the skin has peeled off them multiple times, but by necessity these appointments require physical contact with providers and surfaces. I'm not concerned about getting infected personally, just spreading it. I'm fortunate that my autoimmune disorder pretty much just causes pain and fatigue, nothing life-threatening and no damage or problems with my major organs, but the quality of life is pretty sucky and I was hoping to be further along the road to improved functionality before we made this huge life change. (8 years into my disorder being active with a flimsy diagnosis and inability to hold down a job, yet I am ever the optimist.)
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2019.11.06 15:47 Icerith 22 [M4F] USA/Anywhere - Do guys even recieve messages on this site?

I'm sure some do, but it's gonna be uncommon, right? Like, for every message a guy receives, a girl receives 10. Oh well, that's OLD for yah.
To start off, I'm looking for a relationship, or some kind of deeper connection. I'm 100% fine with working our way up to that point, but I don't need long term friends. I have plenty of friends, and they take up a large portion of my time as is.
Who am I?
I'm an early twenties guy who definitely isn't the most pleasing to the eye, let's get that out of the way real quick. Not gonna post a picture of myself, but wouldn't mind sharing one later if we start chatting. But fair warning, I'm scrawny, I'm short (5'8"), I'm pale as hell, I absolutely hate my hair, and I wear glasses. I'm working on my physical appearance, but I don't have the time or funds to go to the gym. What I can do at home is about as good as I can get.
Personality wise, I'm pretty much always happy. I suffer from depression, and it's definitely been kicking my ass recently since it's turning winter, but I'm usually still outwardly happy if I'm having an episode. I love laughing and jokes, and it doesn't really matter the humor. I get dark humor, regular humor, PG13 humor, all of it's funny to me. I'm not quick to offend, in fact I don't think I've ever really been offended in my life.
My hobbies mainly involve gaming. Yeah, I know, a gamer on reddit? What a shocker! But, seriously, I'm very into it. I have a high end gaming PC (though it's a couple of years old now, so it's probably closer to medium end), a Switch, and a PS4. I mainly use my Switch and my PC. On PC, I've recently been continuing a Skyrim playthrough that I've been doing off and on for, like, three years now! On Switch, I just recently beat Fire Emblem: Three Houses (absolutely fantastic game!) and I'm trying to beat Dragon Quest 11. I'd love to find a partner who legitimately shares this passion with me, and I'd love to hear about what games you play if they're different from mine!
Outside of that, I spend a lot of my free time watching youtube or anime. Honestly, even while gaming, I probably watch them. Having two monitors is awesome! I like to watch guides for games that go incredibly deep into how the game works, or just random funny videos that get me to laugh. For anime, I've recently finished Demon Slayer, and I haven't found anything new to start up. I've got a list of shows under my belt, though. Maybe we can share favorites?
I'm a college student, currently finishing up my BA in Psychology. I should've done it in Rehabilitation, but I figured that out too late. My MA (that I plan on getting) will be in Counseling so I can get my license in order to be a Psychotherapist. It's lucrative in my area, and since Telemed is becoming a bigger thing, it's probably going to be lucrative everywhere in the US. Also, Psychology is a passion of mine, so it seemed like the right career field. I just wouldn't be able to handle another 4 years of college at the moment, so doctorate is out of the question for now.
Who are you?
I'm not super picky. Try not to be superficial, have some similar interests to me, and be fun! I'm not going to lie and say physical attraction means nothing to me, but it isn't that big of a deal. You're able to hold a decent conversation, and you have real opinions on things instead of staying neutral for convenience (staying neutral cuz' you don't care is totally fine, though). Hopefully that's not saying much, I'd like to think basically all human beings can do a huge portion of those things.
I prefer to chat on discord, but we can definitely chat over Reddit for a while if you'd like!
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2019.09.09 08:06 SealTheJohnathan [Election] Israeli Election of 2023

THE BACKGROUND

The 22th Knesset and the accompanying 35th Government of Israel were an overwhelming success as far as its coalition members were concerned.
Within less than a year after its establishment, the government managed to sign a peace treaty with Syria that was praised along the political spectrum, appealing to the Druze minority with its establishment of more official transit between Israel and Syrian Druze communities, appealing to settlers due to officially annexing the Golan, and appealing to hardline peace advocates due to being a peace deal.
While the 2021 global recession had a significant negative effect on Israel, quick action by Orly Levy-Abekasis, whose Gesher party was new in the Knesset (under partnership with Labour), managed to prevent Israel going into recession, proving the administration’s (and particularly Gesher’s) economic competence.
Even more good news, specifically for the Blue and White party, came when Likud leader Bibi Netanyahu was formally indicted by the state persecution for various criminal charges. While this did not significantly hamper his ability to offer up opposition, it did cause quite a bit of controversy in social circles, leading experts to believe the Likud may lose a significant amount of seats in the following election. In addition, this development helped further legitimise the Liberal Branch party, which was instrumental in allowing Prime Minister Gantz to establish his coalition.
The good news, however, ended there. While the coalition assembled by Gantz had been generally stable due to no member being wanted to look like the one who brought down a largely successful government. However, with the next election date coming closer and closer, coalition members were already starting to think of the next campaign season.
In particular, two parties were concerned about their votes- the Jewish Home, and Labour. Both parties were part of united lists- Yamina and Labour-Gesher respectively. As parts of said unions, both parties had to significantly compromise on their ideologies in order to be part of the coalition- hence why the left-wing Labour exists in the same Coalition as Yamina, a party whose name literally translates to "rightwards". This was obviously not ideal as far as their electoral base was concerned.
Labour leader Amir Peretz was put under further pressure by the unexpected success of Gesher. While the initial united list agreement between Gesher and Labour very much put Labour as the senior member in the partnership, Gesher's recent increased popularity could make them want to renegotiate the agreement- and perhaps lead to Orly Levy-Abekasis, a former Yisrael Beiteinu member, practically hijacking the old and proud Labour party.
Getting back from a coalitional meeting, it was clear to him that if he wanted Labour to reestablish its position as a major Israeli political party, they must do something drastic to appeal to the voters. Something tried-and-true. Something that could make a 5 seat party into a 10-or-more one. Like what happened with Yisra’el Beiteinu in the last election.
Peretz stopped for a moment as he was exiting his car. Yisra’el Beiteinu had done exactly what he was thinking about. In the elections for the 21st Knesset, they got 5 seats- in the elections for the 22nd, they more than doubled that to an 11.
Yisra’el Beiteinu was, in fact, the party that caused those elections in the first place. By conflicting with the Haredi parties so much it caused the Knesset to be dissolved, their leader Lieberman was able to get to his side all those who opposed the Haredim. Labour could do the same. If there was an ideologically opposed Coalitional party they could conflict with, there is no reason for them to not gain seats from people who ideologically oppose that party.
There was such a party. The Jewish Home.
But they needed to have a conflict, a serious one. One that didn’t exist at the moment.
That means they needed to manufacture one.
Amir Peretz reentered his car and drove to the Jewish Home’s headquarters.
By the next day, headlines across Israel were furiously reporting on a series of homophobic remarks by Jewish Home’s leader, Rafi Peretz. This was not the first time such a thing has happened- back in 2019, when Rafi Peretz implied that Homosexual Conversion Therapy may work, protests broke out around the nation until he issued his condemnation of the practice. This time, however, he was not so quick to backtrack on his statement that a family without a father and a mother is not whole, gaining him admiration from the non-Knesset No’am party and various other homophobes.
These statements were, however, condemned by most other parties, including Peretz’s coalitional partners. While Yamina leader Ayelet Shaked stayed silent in order to not offend her political partner, Blue & White, the Liberal Branch, and Labour-Gesher all issued condemnations and requested an apology. Most aggressive, however, was Labour, with Amir Peretz demanding an immediate apology and resignation, which was to be followed by the Coalition passing a law allowing for Civil Marriage in Israel that would, by extension, allow for official Homosexual marriage.
While B&W attempted to mediate the dispute, Labour utterly refused to yield, saying that it will not sit in a coalition that permits such blatant homophobia. After meeting upon meeting with Rafi Peretz, none of which yielded any of Labour’s demands, Labour finally announced that it would withdraw from its partnership with Gesher and the Coalition.
The four Labour Members of the Knesset were now in the opposition.
The opposition now had the majority of seats.
The Knesset was dissolved the next day.

THE LEADUP

The most immediate and obvious effect of the dissolution was on Labour. Now no longer being in joint agreement with a non-leftist Gesher, being viewed as the champion of LGBT rights in the Knesset, and being viewed as a potential governmental party after 6 years of being restricted to the opposition, the Labour party surged in the polls immediately following the dissolution of the Knesset, polling at 11 to 13 seats- although that number quickly stabilized into a more modest 9 to 11.
On the other end of the political spectrum, Ayelet Shaked of the New Right announced that she will end her party’s partnership with the Jewish Home party. While she did not explicitly state this was due to the latter’s homophobic comments, it was widely understood to be the reason, as Shaked had previously prefered to stay silent on LGBT issues, and perhaps more importantly, Peretz had made said comments without regard for the agreement between them.
Regardless of said separation, the Jewish Home, who previously held 3 seats, were now polling consistently at the 4 or 5 range due to the influx of votes from anti-LGBT voters as well as people who cared little for that subject, but now viewed Rafi Peretz as being able to stand by his principles. However, this was not enough- it was too close to the electoral threshold for the party's liking. Due to this, it was announced that the Jewish Home would, once again, unify with Tkuma, reforming the Union of the Right Wing Parties (URWP).
While Labour’s intention in ending the partnership with Gesher was partly to kick the party from the Knesset and allow for more room for Labour to be a kingmaker party, Orly Levy-Abekasis successfully capitalized on her success in dealing with the 2021 recession to bring in enough votes that the party was, against most expectations, predicted to be able to enter the Knesset in most polls.
Regardless, due to the still-existing chance of not passing, Gesher still needed to unify with someone in order to guarantee its place in the Knesset. This came in the form of Yashar, the direct-democratic party that pulled a significant amount of votes in previous elections. While both parties agreed on certain things, such as improving the ability of citizens to take direct actions and increasing representation of the national periphery, Yashar was a lot more radical in this regard, wanting the whole country to vote on a special app to pass laws.
As part of the joint agreement between the two, Yashar agreed to temporarily abandon the concept for cyber-security reasons. In exchange, Gesher pledged to act in favour of expanding the power of referendums in Israel, in which no binding referendum had ever been held.
The Liberal Branch was one party for which the election was ill-timed. Being a new party whose Knesset members only got into the Knesset as part of a rival party, the Liberal Branch did not have a large base to draw votes from. This was solved when the party united with the New Right to form the new Liberal Right. By running on a platform of being much like the Likud, only without the now-suspected-criminal Netanyahu, the party managed to stay afloat in the polls.
Changes were happening in the oppositional parties as well. After the partnership with Meretz caused his party to not get into the Coalition, former Prime Minister Ehud Barak announced his Israel Democratic Party will be running separately this election. A few days later, however, the party unified with Labour under much the same conditions as it did with Meretz, returning Labour to 11 to 13 seats at the polls.
As for Likud, while the state persecution agreed to temporarily halt the trials during the elections, giving Netanyahu a bit of breathing space, this did not change the fact he was now under threat of going to jail immediately after the elections are over. Although Netanyahu used his political talent to its fullest extent, he still seemed somewhat tense throughout the entire election season, and nothing changed the simple fact that even if the Likud were to win the elections, they would likely not be able to maintain a government for long.
Even in the ruling Blue & White changes occurred, as it was announced that Telem will permanently unify with Hosen LeYisra’el, making Blue & White an alliance of only two parties instead of three.
The deadline for submitting candidate lists came and went, and the elections were coming up shortly. It seemed as if Amir Peretz’s plan to get Labour back into the spotlight in Israeli politics was working.
A week before the election, however, an anonymous source leaked a recording.
In the recording, Rafi Peretz of Jewish Home and Amir Peretz of Labour discuss how to disperse the Knesset.
The media went into an outrage, and so did the voters.
And then they cast their votes.

ELECTION DAY

In terms of seats, the results of the election were as follows:
List Seats
Blue and White 31
Likud 22
Yisrael Beitenu 11
Liberal Right 10
Labour 8
UTJ 8
Shas 7
Arab Joint List 7
URWP 6
Gesher-Yashar 5
Meretz 5
Total 120
Prime Minister Recommendation Chart
  • Blue - recommended Benny Gantz
  • Red - recommended Bibi Netanyahu
  • Gray - did not recommend a Prime Minister candidate
With approximately 65% of Knesset Members recommending Benny Gantz as Prime Minister, it was pretty clear that he could deliver on the Knesset’s expectation to form a government. Still, it was not so clear what that government would look like.

THE COALITION

Partnerships with Yisra’el Beitenu, the Liberal Branch, and Gesher-Yashar were an obvious and quickly-taken decision, creating a 57-seat strong bloc. Four more seats were needed, however, to create a stable coalition, and this meant that Gantz could choose any party in the Knesset to cement his government.
With the Arab Joint List and the Likud being obviously out of the picture, and Meretz and the Haredi parties being incompatible with the rest of the coalition, the decision was really between URWP and Labour. Labour’s relatively large amount of seats, which they dissolved the Knesset over, was now a complete non-factor, as both parties had more than enough for the Coalition’s purposes. This was now solely a contest of which party could sell out to Blue & White faster.
With the experienced Ehud Barak on its side, the answer was Labour, who entered the Coalition at the expense of most of its platform. The party knew that it couldn’t afford to pull another trick like it did in the last Knesset- this time, they had to be part of the Coalition, since they had to be able to actually do something to earn more votes.
The twenty-third Knesset was now consolidated, and the thirty-sixth Government of Israel was formed.
[M] Fun fact: Gesher-Yashar literally means “straight bridge”. Perhaps I should’ve made those guys hold the Ministry of Transportation.
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2018.03.25 17:12 Gussy9 I’m looking for a good discussion from users of Telemed/Telehealth, both from consumers, the curious, and insiders in this business… (posted in Telehealth as well)

Hi there, I’ve recently forayed into the telemedicine business and while I’ve been following it loosely I am now getting into the business in earnest and I’m fascinated with it on so many levels. I’ve always been entrepreneurial in nature and an a generalist who has in a variety of sectors, Internet (AOL), A global mobile marketing, company, BPO, online journalist...etc and now find myself on the inside of the healthcare / wellness industry, rather than a partner or tech supplier. And here’s where I can use your help. This works best if I frame the scenario at its simplest which should set up the dialog. I am not going to name the company in this post. I’m absolutely happy to share it if the thread leads to people wanted to check it out, share user experiences, etc - however I want to avoid coming across sounding like I’m shilling a service when that is truly not my intent. Apologies for the length of this and excuse my typos in advance. Stream on consciousness while I’m in the mode...you know what I mean.
Still with me?
Brass Tacks - Here’s totally candid explanation of how the process works along with cost.
Customer sees advert online (rarely do we get direct website). They click to find out what’s up. (The ad is forthcoming however clearly does use language heavy on Free (currently). Which is absolutely true, the Doctor’s ‘Visit’ fee is waived and we are sending a free sample pill (product fee waived). Once a patient has secured the prescription from the Doc and the Baseline Pill (or multiple if Client wants to go directly to a package (6 per month, let’s say) and it is physically sent, the patient will be billed $4.95 to help absorb some of the shipping costs. This is explicit (in my opinion and from a regulatory view ) at the very beginning of flow. We do need to get your Credit Card prior to scheduling your phone / video consultation with our physician. (The no show rate is crazy high, or the amount of insufficient funds is often high. The doctor’s time is really valuable obviously, so we avoid that as best as possible). We put a hold for $4.95 when we book the appointment (as a hotel would do when you book a room) and when prescription is sent, we bill it. If for whatever reason, the appointment / prescription falls through, we release the hold - it’s never billed. Online Flow is pretty basic, while it has seamless continuity from the consumer standpoint. From my perspective it is broken into 3 components of information. 1 - Basic Client info: Name, phone, email, addy etc. 2 - Medical Health intake form. Topical view of your medical history and current status. Basically all the questions the nurse asks you before you see the doc at any clinic. It’s pretty short, less than 5 minutes. Height, weight, age, what pharmaceuticals are you taking, any allergies, blood pressure, medical history etc. That form automatically screens for any deal breakers (doesn’t live in NC, hasn’t seen a physician in the last 2 years, takes Nitro based medicine...etc) and sends the form to our clinic so that the NP’s can start a patient chart for you. One noteworthy point is that we ask them what type of package would they like going forward (post sample pill) and lists the costs. I think it is a confusion point which we are working on, from a messaging standpoint, and also is a noteworthy point of drop off. Confusion - I knew it was too good to be true….it said free and now you are talking to me about money - no way I am going to pay $4.95, why don’t you guys just send it to me and if I like it I’ll order from you...etc. Obviously prospective patients don’t care about the economics of the costs that we eat even to get a baseline pill. (dr cost, product costs, partial shipping cost, my costs...etc) I also think that people have a very challenging time getting their head around the fact that this exactly the same process as you would go through getting a primary care provider in a real office, the only difference is that with technology now, they can do it from their couch. (I really want your thoughts on this, for those of you who participating). 3 - Credit Card capture. This is pretty self explanatory. Seamless to consumer they go secure to CC processing system. They either drop out for all the obvious consumer apprehension on CC processing online with a company that they aren’t well studied on and age demographic is a big one clearly or they enter their card to authorize and become a patient of record.
If they submit everything online : -We call / email / text them and schedule an apt. They spend 5-15 minutes (most common) on a phone or video consultation. Doctor writes them a prescription and the product is sent either same day, or next morning as we are a pharmacy as well.
If they do not : Our team (which includes myself and two other team members) will actually take their account as a bit of a telemed concierge to see them through the process, from education to shepherding them though Health Intake Form, Payment / Quantity counseling for post baseline pill, and scheduling a window of time for Appointment.
From my perspective I see their inquiry record as Patient Information given - but no health intake form, Patient Information & Health Intake form processed however no payment method associated with client record.
I am doing this personally right now, basically as an account manager for all intents and purposes. Aside from the Dr or nurse a patient is only going to talk to the max of 3 people within our office, mostly myself until our growth is such that I begin selectively scaling this function. My point here is that, myself included, the people touching prospective patients are very tenured, accomplished business professionals, not a call center or the likes of that. These are people that are vested directly in this business fully and honestly care about assisting people to a solution and follow Healthcare / Wellcare integrity and code of conduct to the highest level. In other words, I’m literally not selling anything, or pushing this aggressively. I am very much trying to refine the most effective way of educating customers who have a need on how this could be a VERY compelling solution for them, based on their needs. They obviously had an interest - so that’s easy. Working with them to get them open to facts, process, and wrapping their head around something new is the tough part. I’ve tried multiple approaches to get people to be open about their needs, budgetary constraints...etc. You get the point….I am trying to find the best way to disarm people so they can make a fact based decision.
I don’t think I addressed COST as clearly as I should have. It’s simple. The net net is that you will pay approximately $10 per pill. It could be lower based on quantity, or fluctuate based on custom compounds. You can get frequency you need based on activity, and you can adjust that monthly always - no office visit fee required on that. General packages are (pill shipped to your address pr month) 2,4,6,8,10 - Daily is available of course however honestly that is really overkill for usage for sex, generally people that have urinary issues or the likes. You, as of this writing, pay $4.95 for the sample and prescription, all said and done. If you move forward with monthly plans, you pay $10 per pill, to keep the math easy.
I have my personal thoughts on pricing based on my experience and having spoke with hundreds of people about this and I definitely want yours. People who have prescriptions and get through their primary care provider sometime spend for office visit / copay, pay a wide range of costs for legal, quality, Rx medicine to the tune of $15 or even $30-$35 per pill. They also spend some amount of unproductive time (waiting rooms, or even simply having to drive to CVS, Walgreens, Walmart...whatever). This is and should be an extremely compelling solution to them. They can literally do this from their couch and the Rx quality and price are definitely right. They have incredible insurance, VA is quite common, that they are literally paying around $2-3 per pill. This for financial reasons, isn’t too compelling of a service to them. While rare, their are people that will test the sample as they are not happy with the quality of medicine that their insurance covers or they need higher doses. Some of those people have gone under our care for ED medicine, however it’s typically an outlier, not the rule. I obviously want your thoughts on that, particularly as an existing ED med user or potential customer that has been shopping etc.
Very long post, I know...sorry. I would love input from shoppers, current ED users, industry insiders who work in Men’s Health. Please share your experiences, questions, feedback on Telemedicine - what do you like, what do you dislike, is it appealing, is it scary. What about the product that I lined out, is it compelling? If so, why? If no, why?
How would you want me to speak with you as a consumer I spoke with you and was trying to get a few minutes with you to see if you really are a good candidate and need to educate you? Any dialog would be great, I’m hoping to start collecting a lot of perspectives and data points. And have done my best to be completely honest and transparent.
Thank you!
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2018.03.25 15:38 Gussy9 I’m looking for a good discussion from users of Telemed/Telehealth, both from consumers, the curious, and insiders in this business…

Hi there, I’ve recently forayed into the telemedicine business and while I’ve been following it loosely I am now getting into the business in earnest and I’m fascinated with it on so many levels. I’ve always been entrepreneurial in nature and an a generalist who has in a variety of sectors, Internet (AOL), A global mobile marketing, company, BPO, online journalist...etc and now find myself on the inside of the healthcare / wellness industry, rather than a partner or tech supplier. And here’s where I can use your help. This works best if I frame the scenario at its simplest which should set up the dialog. I am not going to name the company in this post. I’m absolutely happy to share it if the thread leads to people wanted to check it out, share user experiences, etc - however I want to avoid coming across sounding like I’m shilling a service when that is truly not my intent. Apologies for the length of this and excuse my typos in advance. Stream on consciousness while I’m in the mode...you know what I mean.
Still with me?
Brass Tacks - Here’s totally candid explanation of how the process works along with cost.
Customer sees advert online (rarely do we get direct website). They click to find out what’s up. (The ad is forthcoming however clearly does use language heavy on Free (currently). Which is absolutely true, the Doctor’s ‘Visit’ fee is waived and we are sending a free sample pill (product fee waived). Once a patient has secured the prescription from the Doc and the Baseline Pill (or multiple if Client wants to go directly to a package (6 per month, let’s say) and it is physically sent, the patient will be billed $4.95 to help absorb some of the shipping costs. This is explicit (in my opinion and from a regulatory view ) at the very beginning of flow. We do need to get your Credit Card prior to scheduling your phone / video consultation with our physician. (The no show rate is crazy high, or the amount of insufficient funds is often high. The doctor’s time is really valuable obviously, so we avoid that as best as possible). We put a hold for $4.95 when we book the appointment (as a hotel would do when you book a room) and when prescription is sent, we bill it. If for whatever reason, the appointment / prescription falls through, we release the hold - it’s never billed. Online Flow is pretty basic, while it has seamless continuity from the consumer standpoint. From my perspective it is broken into 3 components of information. 1 - Basic Client info: Name, phone, email, addy etc. 2 - Medical Health intake form. Topical view of your medical history and current status. Basically all the questions the nurse asks you before you see the doc at any clinic. It’s pretty short, less than 5 minutes. Height, weight, age, what pharmaceuticals are you taking, any allergies, blood pressure, medical history etc. That form automatically screens for any deal breakers (doesn’t live in NC, hasn’t seen a physician in the last 2 years, takes Nitro based medicine...etc) and sends the form to our clinic so that the NP’s can start a patient chart for you. One noteworthy point is that we ask them what type of package would they like going forward (post sample pill) and lists the costs. I think it is a confusion point which we are working on, from a messaging standpoint, and also is a noteworthy point of drop off. Confusion - I knew it was too good to be true….it said free and now you are talking to me about money - no way I am going to pay $4.95, why don’t you guys just send it to me and if I like it I’ll order from you...etc. Obviously prospective patients don’t care about the economics of the costs that we eat even to get a baseline pill. (dr cost, product costs, partial shipping cost, my costs...etc) I also think that people have a very challenging time getting their head around the fact that this exactly the same process as you would go through getting a primary care provider in a real office, the only difference is that with technology now, they can do it from their couch. (I really want your thoughts on this, for those of you who participating). 3 - Credit Card capture. This is pretty self explanatory. Seamless to consumer they go secure to CC processing system. They either drop out for all the obvious consumer apprehension on CC processing online with a company that they aren’t well studied on and age demographic is a big one clearly or they enter their card to authorize and become a patient of record.
If they submit everything online : -We call / email / text them and schedule an apt. They spend 5-15 minutes (most common) on a phone or video consultation. Doctor writes them a prescription and the product is sent either same day, or next morning as we are a pharmacy as well.
If they do not : Our team (which includes myself and two other team members) will actually take their account as a bit of a telemed concierge to see them through the process, from education to shepherding them though Health Intake Form, Payment / Quantity counseling for post baseline pill, and scheduling a window of time for Appointment.
From my perspective I see their inquiry record as Patient Information given - but no health intake form, Patient Information & Health Intake form processed however no payment method associated with client record.
I am doing this personally right now, basically as an account manager for all intents and purposes. Aside from the Dr or nurse a patient is only going to talk to the max of 3 people within our office, mostly myself until our growth is such that I begin selectively scaling this function. My point here is that, myself included, the people touching prospective patients are very tenured, accomplished business professionals, not a call center or the likes of that. These are people that are vested directly in this business fully and honestly care about assisting people to a solution and follow Healthcare / Wellcare integrity and code of conduct to the highest level. In other words, I’m literally not selling anything, or pushing this aggressively. I am very much trying to refine the most effective way of educating customers who have a need on how this could be a VERY compelling solution for them, based on their needs. They obviously had an interest - so that’s easy. Working with them to get them open to facts, process, and wrapping their head around something new is the tough part. I’ve tried multiple approaches to get people to be open about their needs, budgetary constraints...etc. You get the point….I am trying to find the best way to disarm people so they can make a fact based decision.
I don’t think I addressed COST as clearly as I should have. It’s simple. The net net is that you will pay approximately $10 per pill. It could be lower based on quantity, or fluctuate based on custom compounds. You can get frequency you need based on activity, and you can adjust that monthly always - no office visit fee required on that. General packages are (pill shipped to your address pr month) 2,4,6,8,10 - Daily is available of course however honestly that is really overkill for usage for sex, generally people that have urinary issues or the likes. You, as of this writing, pay $4.95 for the sample and prescription, all said and done. If you move forward with monthly plans, you pay $10 per pill, to keep the math easy.
I have my personal thoughts on pricing based on my experience and having spoke with hundreds of people about this and I definitely want yours. People who have prescriptions and get through their primary care provider sometime spend for office visit / copay, pay a wide range of costs for legal, quality, Rx medicine to the tune of $15 or even $30-$35 per pill. They also spend some amount of unproductive time (waiting rooms, or even simply having to drive to CVS, Walgreens, Walmart...whatever). This is and should be an extremely compelling solution to them. They can literally do this from their couch and the Rx quality and price are definitely right. They have incredible insurance, VA is quite common, that they are literally paying around $2-3 per pill. This for financial reasons, isn’t too compelling of a service to them. While rare, their are people that will test the sample as they are not happy with the quality of medicine that their insurance covers or they need higher doses. Some of those people have gone under our care for ED medicine, however it’s typically an outlier, not the rule. I obviously want your thoughts on that, particularly as an existing ED med user or potential customer that has been shopping etc.
Very long post, I know...sorry. I would love input from shoppers, current ED users, industry insiders who work in Men’s Health. Please share your experiences, questions, feedback on Telemedicine - what do you like, what do you dislike, is it appealing, is it scary. What about the product that I lined out, is it compelling? If so, why? If no, why?
How would you want me to speak with you as a consumer I spoke with you and was trying to get a few minutes with you to see if you really are a good candidate and need to educate you? Any dialog would be great, I’m hoping to start collecting a lot of perspectives and data points. And have done my best to be completely honest and transparent.
Thank you!
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Telmate in Ada County Jail has a lot of flaws & benefits; messages from the outside; Idaho Sheriff’s Office Mourns Loss of K-9 Officer Tony Kiritsis 911 call Uncensored Tape - YouTube Macken for Imperial County Sheriff 2017 Kids Camp at Snake River Correctional Institution

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  1. Telmate in Ada County Jail has a lot of flaws & benefits; messages from the outside; Idaho
  2. Sheriff’s Office Mourns Loss of K-9 Officer
  3. Tony Kiritsis 911 call Uncensored Tape - YouTube
  4. Macken for Imperial County Sheriff
  5. 2017 Kids Camp at Snake River Correctional Institution

Telmate didn't seem very useful for the Legal Library part. I couldn't educate myself on the law to a satisfactory degree. gettingout, inmate, video, phone, deposit, Sheriff, investigator ... On August 7-8, 2017, the Oregon Department of Corrections, Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI), hosted its 4th annual Dads4life Kids Day Camp. This year, 16 fathers and 22 children ... On Tuesday, February 8, 1977, Tony Kiritsis took Dick Hall hostage in Indianapolis, Indiana. After walking into the building at 129 East Market Street he wen... Viktor served in the unit for six years by helping to sniff out drugs, find hidden suspects and protect his partner and owner Sergeant Gerrit Boeck. Boeck started the Coconino County K-9 unit in 2007. The Sheriff's Office has been run like a CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT for the past 15 years and it's time to return it to a SHERIFF's Office. Rick Macken understands that each Township, rural business ...