Telehealth is available for follow-up ADHD appointments, and during health emergencies, such as the COVID Pandemic, for selective issues that can be addressed using video interactions. You will need a personal computer, tablet, or smartphone with audio and video capability.
Here’s what you need to do for telehealth visits:
- Make sure your child is present during the telehealth visit so that Dr. Weiss can visually exam him/her.
- Please weigh your child and take his/her temperature and provide that information to one of our nurses or Dr. Weiss at the start of your visit.
- You may need to use your device to help Dr. Weiss see eyes, mouth, skin, breathing and other visually important markers to allow for more accurate diagnosis and treatment. Mobile phones are often the best way to do this.
- At the time of your appointment, please log into Dr. Weiss’s virtual waiting room by clicking on the link you receive approximately 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. Dr. Weiss will join you shortly. He may be with another patient when you first log in, much like in the office. So please be patient. He’ll be with you as soon as possible.
Billing and Insurance
Most insurance companies cover the cost of a telehealth appointment the same way they do a typical office visit. We will bill your insurance for your telehealth visit. You will be responsible for copay/ coinsurance and/or deductible just as you would be for an in-office visit. Please be sure to provide up-to-date insurance information during your mobile check-in process.