eDocAmerica’s mission is to empower individuals and families to take more control of their health. We do this by providing direct, online and telephonic access to a team of medical professionals. Our users ask whatever they want, whenever they want, and are guaranteed personal responses from professionals who know.
With personal responses typically arriving in just a couple hours, our users enjoy a host of other tools including physician written Weekly Health Tips, a toll-free 24hr Nurse Advice Line, a 3D Human Atlas, a Healthy Lifestyle Assessment, and more. eDocAmerica’s services result in saved office visits, peace of mind, confidence to act, and ultimately an informed, empowered individual.
Look no further than the eDocAmerica movie for a short, light-hearted overview of our services and value. At the end of the movie you will be given the opportunity to follow-up with eDocAmerica by requesting a demo, quote, or sending us your questions. Please let us know how we can be of service to you.
A patient recently told me that he had heard that Tylenol (acetaminophen) can damage the liver. He wondered if it was safe to use it, and how much was appropriate to take. Interestingly, acetaminophen is the most popular drug in America. The Consumer Healthcare Products Association notes: Acetaminophen is the…
The idea of checking our temperature when we are sick is deeply ingrained in most Americans. Elevated body temperature most commonly occurs when the immune system is actively fighting off an infection (bacterial, viral, or fungal). However, fevers can occur with alcohol withdrawal, drug abuse (such as methamphetamines), or heat…
Allergies develop when the immune system overreacts to substances in the environment, such as the pollen of trees, grasses, weeds, or mold spores. Allergy symptoms, triggered by the release of histamine in the body, include itching, sneezing, hives, and wheezing. Seasonal allergic rhinitis or “hay fever,” is common this time…
"I could not have found a better support system. I will be forever grateful to him and your group. I am sure this was also a great cost savings to my employer. ePsych was available when I needed him. I did not have to wait for an appointment.”Cathy P.
“As one of the millions of under-insured Americans I don't have the ability to go to a doctor for non-emergencies - I have catastrophic coverage only so that I won't lose my house in the event of a major illness. I am so grateful for the ability to email one of your doctors and have found their responses to be very thoughtful, kind and complete.”Allie C.
“Being a mother of four children, I think eDocAmerica is a wonderful resource for the many questions that arise with the health and well-being of my family. I have found that the physicians are very knowledgeable, caring and prompt to respond to my questions.”Jennifer M.
“It is like having an updated medical book in your home at all times.”Justin F.
Weekly Health Tips
The eDocAmerica Weekly Health Tips are authored by Dr. Val Jones. Each week she covers relevant topics ranging from seasonal issues and hot news items to various topics and conditions. They are valuable, easy to understand articles that can be delivered right to your inbox.
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Wellness with a proven ROI
The following results were concluded from a third party study performed over a two year period on a self-funded company with 18,000 employees:
- Study included 1.45 million claims spanning a two year period
- Users experience average annual claims savings of $89
- No selection bias was present in the findings
- Results were achieved with only 16% of eligible employees
Steve Shepherd – Conway, Arkansas
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