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Full Time - CA, TX, FL, NY.
7 Days a week - 7:00am - 6:00 PM PST
At our company, we strongly believe that you should only be charged for the services you actually use. This is why we have eliminated sign-up fees, subscription fees, and any other hidden charges. We strive to deliver exceptional value that speaks for itself. Once you receive a completed exam from our nurse practitioner, your payment will be processed automatically. We aim to provide a transparent and straightforward billing process, so you can focus on the quality of the service we provide.
While specific requirements for medical spas may vary by state, most states typically require medical spas to have a medical director who is responsible for overseeing the medical services provided by the spa. Our aesthetic telehealth services require that all medical spas have a licensed medical director who is authorized to practice in the state where the spa is located. It is also important to consult with a healthcare attorney or regulatory expert to ensure that your medical spa is in compliance with all state and federal regulations regarding the provision of non-invasive cosmetic treatments. Our telehealth services provide virtual consultations and Good Faith Exams (GFEs) to help ensure that your clients receive safe and effective care, and our medical professionals follow all state and federal regulations regarding the performance of GFEs.
The Good Faith Exam (GFE) can be performed by licensed medical professionals, such as physicians, physician assistants, or nurse practitioners, who are authorized to practice in the state where the patient and practice is located. All of our medical professionals are licensed and qualified to perform GFEs in their respective state and follow the highest standards of care to ensure the safety and well-being of our patients.
Our exam templates can be tailored to suit the unique needs of each physician. By creating a customized template, doctors can include specific questions that they need answered in order to effectively treat their patients. For instance, if a doctor frequently receives calls regarding a particular treatment, they can create a template that includes the necessary questions and answers to determine the patient's eligibility for that treatment. Once the template is set up, patients can be directed to our nurses who will assess their responses and provide clearance or denial on the doctor's behalf. This ensures that patients receive individualized care that is tailored to their unique needs and circumstances.
Our MD's are constantly adding new treatments that we can screen for. As of 03/22/2023, we screen for a range of popular treatments, including injectables such as Botox, Dysport, Jeuveau, and Xeomin; dermal fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse, and lip fillers; laser hair removal; IV hydration, and much more. These screenings do not require any customization and are available to all physicians using our platform.
Any medical director, clinic, doctor, mobile IV/aesthetics, or medical spa that needs a nurse practitioner to screen their patients.
Our aesthetic telehealth services are designed specifically for medical spas that offer non-invasive cosmetic treatments and want to ensure that their clients receive safe and effective care. Patients can also benefit from our telehealth services as they can complete the virtual consultation prior to coming into the medical spa, which reduces their wait time in the practice. Additionally, patients can receive necessary care in the comfort of their own homes, without having to travel to the medical spa for a consultation.
A Good Faith Exam (GFE) is a medical examination conducted by a licensed medical professional to assess a patient's current condition and medical history before receiving a treatment. The purpose of the GFE is to determine the patient's eligibility and create a personalized treatment plan that is safe and effective. It is required by law in many states before a patient can undergo certain non-invasive cosmetic procedures.