August Issue – 2021
In this issue of the Telemedica Newsletter, we recap our July livestream, share our new blog posts, give kudos to our amazing team, and share some facts about our amazing Veteran Community. Keep scrolling to read more!
News & Updates
Dr. John Hamilton went live on Facebook and YouTube on Thursday, July 22nd at 11 am CST. The topic covered the difference between our Telemedicine and Nexus teams and clarifications to help our Veteran Clients understand which service may be right for them. To watch the recap, click the button below.
NEW TELEMEDICA BLOG POST
We just published a new blog on our website! To read about the mind-body connection of chronic pain and how veterans can ease the pain in their everyday lives, click the button below.
DID YOU KNOW?
It has just been announced that the VA is recognizing 3 new presumptive conditions associated with burn pit exposure.
These new presumptive conditions are:
For more information on this provided by the VA, click the link below.
KUDOS TO OUR TEAM
We’d like to take a moment to recognize Sabrina Vizzini for her outstanding service and professionalism. Here’s what Laura Casey had to say about one of Sabrina’s clients:
“I spoke with Veteran G. today and he was telling me what a positive impact your nexus letter had on his life. He was initially denied, and your letter is what turned his claim around, and he is already receiving his higher benefit rating income. He was so grateful for your professionalism and your well-written letter.
I thought that you would want to hear that you make a positive difference. Thank you for what you do!”
“If the plan doesn’t work, change the plan but never the goal.”
Telemedica’s Promise To YOU
Whenever you have a question, our customer service team and operations manager are never more than a click away. Our team is dedicated to addressing your concerns quickly and efficiently and giving a personalized experience.
All Telemedica providers hold doctoral degrees in psychology from graduate programs accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or the Psychological Clinical Science Accredited System (PCSAS). Many of Telemedica’s providers have experience working directly with the Veteran community. Telemedica providers understand what the VA is looking for because they have conducted evaluations themselves and will work alongside you to make these connections.
All providers go through Telemedica’s onboarding process and continually attend extensive training. Telemedica’s team of providers includes a Quality Assurance group, as well as a doctorate level provider trainer to ensure everyone is up to speed on completing the most comprehensive evaluations.
Commitment to Our Veterans
Telemedica’s team and network of providers have one collective goal, and that is to help Veterans. Our progressive telehealth options give Veterans access to the Medical/Psych/Telemedicine services they need, when and where they need it!
Questions? Comments? Concerns?
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Our Customer service team can be reached in the following ways:
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More information about our Psych and Med Teams coming soon!
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