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Patient Last Name
Patient First Name
Date of Birth
Reason for visit
Colds, Respiratory illnesses
Mild asthma exacerbation
Vomiting, Diarrhea & constipation
Past Medical History
Any recent ER or urgent care visit
(if yes was it for )
Pharmacy phone number
Parent/Guardian First Name
Parent/Guardian Last Name
Consent to treat
Consent to use Telemedicine
Consent to Treat
I understand that my health care provider wishes me to engage in a telemedicine consultation.
My health care provider has explained to me how the video conferencing technology will be used to affect such a consultation will not be the same as a direct patient/health care provider visit due to the fact that I will not be in the same room as my health care provider.
I understand there are potential risks to this technology, including interruptions, unauthorized access and technical difficulties. I understand that my health care provider or I can discontinue the telemedicine consult/visit if it is felt that the videoconferencing connections are not adequate for the situation.
I understand that my healthcare information may be shared with other individuals for scheduling and billing purposes. Others may also be present during the consultation other than my health care provider and consulting health care provider in order to operate the video equipment. The above mentioned people will all maintain confidentiality of the information obtained. I further understand that I will be informed of their presence in the consultation and thus will have the right to request the following: (1) omit specific details of my medical history/physical examination that are personally sensitive to me; (2) ask non‐medical personnel to leave the telemedicine examination room: and or (3) terminate the consultation at any time.
I have had the alternatives to a telemedicine consultation explained to me, and in choosing to participate in a telemedicine consultation. I understand that some parts of the exam involving physical tests may be conducted by individuals at my location at the direction of the consulting health care provider.
In an emergent consultation, I understand that the responsibility of the telemedicine consulting specialist is to advise my local practitioner and that the specialist’s responsibility will conclude upon the termination of the video conference connection.
I understand that billing will occur from both my practitioner and as a facility fee from the site from which I am presented.
I have had a direct conversation with my doctor, during which I had the opportunity to ask questions in regard to this procedure. My questions have been answered and the risks, benefits and any practical alternatives have been discussed with me in a language in which I understand.
By signing this form, I certify:
That I have read or had this form read and/or had this form explained to me
That I fully understand its contents including the risks and benefits of the procedure(s).
Date & Time
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