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How does Telehealth work?
5 Steps to check in for your telehealth appointment:
Step 1:Click the link
Click the link you receive via email or SMS/text.
Step 2:Go to your provider’s room
Enter the web address into the browser.
Note: You can paste or type the website address.
Step 3: Check-in
Type in your name and click Check-In.
Step 4: Enable webcam and microphone
Allow your browser to use your webcam and microphone.
Step 5: Sit back and relax!
Wait for your provider to start the call.
Note: Your provider might still be assisting other patients. Please stay online and wait for your provider to initiate the call. They will be best prepared to assist you once the call officially begins. By giving them the opportunity to set up and be fully ready, you ensure a smoother and more effective communication experience. Thank you for your patience.
Tips for a great call:
- Restart your device before checking in.
- Connect to the internet with an Ethernet cable or strong WiFi signal.
- Ensure your browser is up to date.
- If possible, use a newer device and make sure it’s fully charged.
- Try disconnecting other devices from the WiFi you’re using.
- Use headphones if you experience an echo or any audio feedback.
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