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MedProtectOne links patients and physicians online or by phone Members receive access to physicians for the treatment of non-emergency, common conditions involving routine primary care.
Use your landline, mobile, tablet or computer to speak and video conference with a Board Certified Physician in the U.S. anytime, day or night, weekends, holidays.



Once you are on the phone or video conferencing with a Board Certified Physician, you will be able to be diagnosed, and if medication is prescribed, the doctor will be able to electronically transmit a prescription to your local pharmacy.



MedProtectOne™ is perfect if you're uninsured. Let it serve as your Doctor Plan for any nonemergency situation, or to just to ask a question. If you need an in-person doctor visit, you can seek assistance at a local urgent care facility or emergency room at your local hospital. For emergencies, call 9-1-1.

If you have health insurance, MedProtectOne will function as your safety net for those medical situations that always seem to occur at night, over a weekend or holiday, or when traveling. Just call MedProtectOne from wherever you are to speak or video with a board certified physician.

WHY YOU NEED MedProtectOne

 64% of Americans are Receptive to Telemedicine

 75% of Doctor, Urgent Care & ER Visits are Unnecessary if Manageable by a Doctor by Phone is Available

 63% of Patients say Difficult to reach their Doctors on Evenings, Weekends, & Holidays

 74% of Patients Prefer Easy Phone/Video Access Instead of In-Person Visits

 AFFORDABLE! Cost for Family Under $1.00 a Day

 Perfect for the Uninsured – Use as your Doctor Healthcare Plan

 Works for the Insured as a safety net when your doctor in unavailable

 Save time, inconvenience & money, and reduce stress

 Speak or Video with a Doctor 24/7/365 via phone, mobile, tablet or computer

 NO Per Call Fees – NO Copay – No Deductible – Just your Monthly or Quarterly Plan membership fee


What is telemedicine?
In brief, telemedicine is the remote delivery of health care services and clinical information using telecommunications technology.  This includes a wide array of clinical services using internet, wireless, satellite and telephone media. 

What is the distinction between telemedicine and telehealth?
While some have parsed out unique definitions for each word, American Telemedicine Association treats "telemedicine" and "telehealth" as synonyms and uses the terms interchangeably. In both cases, we are referring to the use of remote health care technology to deliver clinical services. 

How typical is telemedicine?
Telemedicine is a significant and rapidly growing component of health care in the United States.   Over half of all U.S. hospitals now use some form of telemedicine. Around the world, millions of patients use telemedicine to monitor their vital signs, remain healthy and out of hospitals and emergency rooms. Consumers and physicians download health and wellness applications for use on their cell phones. 

Is telemedicine safe?
Yes. Guided by technical standards and clinical practice guidelines, and backed by decades of research and demonstrations, telemedicine is a safe and cost-effective way to extend the delivery of health care.  ATA has produced a series of standards, guidelines and best practices for healthcare providers to ensure that they are using telemedicine responsibly. 

What is mHealth? Is it a type of telemedicine or something different?
mHealth, also known as mobile health, is a form of telemedicine using wireless devices and cell phone technologies.  It is useful to think of mHealth as a tool--a medium--through which telemedicine can be practiced. mHealth is a particularly powerful development because it delivers clinical care through consumer-grade hardware and allows for greater patient and provider mobility.

*American Telemedicine Association


Telemedicine has been growing rapidly because it offers four fundamental benefits:

  • Improved Access – For over 40 years, telemedicine has been used to bring healthcare services to patients in distant locations. Not only does telemedicine improve access to patients but it also allows physicians and health facilities to expand their reach, beyond their own offices. Given the provider shortages throughout the world, in both rural and urban areas, telemedicine has a unique capacity to increase service to millions of new patients.
  • Cost Efficiencies – Reducing or containing the cost of healthcare is one of the most important reasons for adopting telehealth technologies. Telemedicine has been shown to reduce the cost of healthcare and increase efficiency through better management of chronic diseases, shared health professional staffing, reduced travel times, and fewer or shorter hospital stays.
  • Improved Quality – Studies have consistently shown that the quality of healthcare services delivered via telemedicine are as good those given in traditional in-person consultations. In some specialties, particularly in mental health and ICU care, telemedicine delivers a superior product, with greater outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  • Patient Demand – Consumers want telemedicine. The greatest impact of telemedicine is on the patient, their family and their community. Using telemedicine technologies reduces travel time and related stresses for the patient. Over the past 15 years, study after study has documented patient satisfaction and support for telemedical services. Such services offer patients the access to providers that might not be available otherwise, as well as medical services without the need to travel long distances.

*American Telemedicine Association



When you receive your Welcome Letter within minutes of your Online Enrollment here, you will be provided with a Members-Only website address (URL) to input your zip code and date of birth. You will also be able to Register by Phone by calling a Members-Only Toll-Free Number.


Simply complete your Medical History during your Secure Online Registration. You may also call a Members-Only Toll-Free Number and a customer support representative will record your medical history over the phone.


Speak with a Doctor anytime FREE OF CHARGE. Get a diagnosis by phone, or online or mobile video and receive personalized treatment. Doctors can prescribe medication and electronically transmit to your local pharmacy, if required, for pick up.

© 2017 MedProtectOne is a brand of Digital Odeon Inc. All Rights Reserved. MedProtectOne is a membership program providing Doctors on Call services. This advertising commercial constitutes an offer or solicitation for these services and may or may not be available in your state. The offers and states in which these services are available may change periodically without notice. This offer may require a contractual commitment.

*MedProtectOne is NOT Health Insurance, a Healthcare Discount Program or Medicare Supplement and is NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE INSURANCE. The company offers members the ability to cancel membership at anytime with further billing or obligation. Research by the AMA and Kaiser Family Foundation find up to 75% of doctor, urgent care and ER visits could have been treated via a telemedicine plan. Call or Visit medprotectone.com for details. Program is available nationally except wherever prohibited by law. Diagnosis and prescription based on prior completion of Medical History online or by phone after enrollment.

Telemedicine Statistics*

Here are some key statistics about telemedicine:

  1. The global telemedicine market has been anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 14.3 percent between 2014 and 2020, based on a Nathaniel Lacktman, Esq. Healthcare Partner, Foley & Lardner report.
  2. The market value is set to hit $36.2 billion by 2020, up from $14.3 billion in 2014, according to the report.
  3. From the patient perspective, 64 percent of Americans reported they would attend an appointment via video telehealth, according to an American Well 2015 Telehealth Survey
  4. Additionally, the survey revealed 57 percent of primary care physicians are open to holding appointments with patients via video.
  5. The telemedicine services field is positioned to explode by 2018 with an anticipated 7 million patient users, up from 350,000 patient users in 2013, according to an IHS Technology report.
  6. C2 Solutions discovered nearly 75 percent of all physician, urgent care and emergency room visits classify as unnecessary or manageable by phone or video.
  7. The nearly 20 percent of Americans residing in rural areas stand to benefit from telemedicine services, as they live far away from healthcare providers.
  8. The Kaiser Family Foundation states that up to 75% of Doctor Office Visits, Urgent Care Visits and Emergency Room Visits could be managed by a telemedicine plan.

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