One of the toughest things anyone can go through is walking into a routine physical checkup without a concern in the world, and then finding out you have a chronic illness such as diabetes, need surgery, or have been diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly you’re battling worry, doubt, and confusion and don’t know where to turn, what to do, or who to talk to.
As part of your Teladoc benefits, you have access to our expert medical opinion service. A specialist can review your case and make recommendations about your care. A second opinion can help put your mind at ease and give you confidence to pursue a course of treatment.
Check out these short videos featuring Dr. Heather Towery, Teladoc Health’s vice president of clinical strategy, and Dr. David Harrison, medical director and VP of clinical quality, as they answer questions about second opinions and share expertise that can help you manage a critical diagnosis:
Working with Teladoc’s expert medical opinion service is a simple three-step process:
Whether you or an eligible dependent is unsure about a diagnosis, needs helps deciding on treatment, or would like guidance when facing a serious surgery, you can rely on Teladoc to help.
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