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Medicus's telemedicine services provide affordable, convenient, secure access to healthcare 24/7/365 anytime, anywhere. Members connect with a nationwide network of board certified physicians through, phone, email, and secure video. By seamlessly connecting patients and physicians, Medicus makes healthcare services both convenient and cost-effective.

Diagnostic Consultations

Informational Consultations

Phone Consultation

Phone Consultation

Video Consultation

Email Consultation


Diagnostic consultations

Network physicians are available for detailed consultations to diagnose common conditions and develop treatment plans, which may include prescription medication.


Members can schedule consultations on line or with the help of a professional medical assistant and will receive a call from a network physician on average in 23 minutes.


Diagnostic consultations are available by telephone and live video.

Informational consultations

Informational consultations offer on-demand access to network physicians for general medical information and advise.


Informational consultations are conducted by telephone or secure email. Informational consultations are connected directly to a doctor in less than one minute by telephone and secure email requests are answered in less than 30 Minutes.


Services - Useful Information

All you need to know

As much as 70% of all doctor office visits for common conditions can be replaced with a telemedicine consultation with a doctor. Medicus's telemedicine service is a convenient complement to primary care.

As a complement to primary care, Medicus reduces the cost and frequency of in-person consultations. Listed are some of the common conditions that may be addressed by Medicus physicians via phone, video or email consultation.


Allergies

Nausea

Cold & Flu

Ear Infection

Stomach Virus

Acid Reflux

High Blood Pressure

Acne

Sore Throat

Pink Eye

Asthma

Headache

Rashes

Diabetes

Constipation

Hemorrhoids

Fever

Vomiting

Urinary Tract Infection

Network Physicians will evaluate, diagnosis, and develop a treatment plan that may include prescription medication. Maintenance medicines may be prescribed when a member is in transition to a new insurance plan or doctor and are usually limited to a thirty-day supply. Medicus's network physicians do not write prescriptions for DEA controlled substances, life style medication, birth control or anti-depressants.


*Prescriptions will only be issued when indicated and approved by a physician, and as permitted by law in your state.


Medicus's electronic medical record system is a powerful, HIPAA compliant feature that centralizes and simplifies your healthcare management. Before consulting with a physician, our members complete a comprehensive medical history profile, the same as you would before seeing a physician for the first time. Members have access to medical records including all consultations and notes and the records can be forwarded to a primary care physician.


A variety of lab tests can be ordered and administered in your home. A physician will be available to discuss your results.


Diabetic Panel (Hgb A1C, Cholesterol Panel, Glucose)

Men's Basic Panel (Glucose, Cholesterol Panel, PSA)

Women's Basic Panel (Glucose, Cholesterol Panel, TSH)

Weight Management Panel (Hgb A1C, Cholesterol Panel, Glucose)

Ageing Male Panel (PSA, Testosterone Level)


A Registered Nurse


Verifies your membership with the Medicus program
Documents your medical history
Documents your medical concern or medical issue

Your Medical Information


Your medical information is securely sent to a licensed doctor in your state of residence

A Doctor


Contacts the call center within 3 hrs to complete your doctor consultation
Average call-back time is between 30-45 minutes
Completes a diagnosis form that is available in our Electronic Medical record (EMR) for future use

Can write a prescription when sufficient medical history is available
Where allowed by law. Medicus cannot write prescriptions for narcotics or DEA controlled substances


Prescription and Diagnostic Plan

We are proud to offer you and your family a complimentary discount prescription drug card. Simply present your card at a participating pharmacy! - Click here to learn more.



  • Pharmacy Locator and Drug Lookup Tool

    Use our convenient pharmacy locator and drug lookup tool to compare the discounted drug prices at your local participating pharmacies. You can have your prescriptions called into any pharmacy of your choice anywhere in the US.

    Pharmacy LocatorMedication Pricing
  • Complimentary Discount Lab and Imaging Program

    Start saving money on medical lab tests and diagnostic imaging services. Take full control of your healthcare costs today!

  • Get Started by Printing Your Discount Rx Card Today

    Start saving money on your prescription drugs today by printing your discount prescription drug card directly from this website!

Fast

Go directly to the lab after ordering. No waiting for paperwork like other online labs.

 

 

 

 

 
Affordable

Deeply Discounted Rates! As a client, you will receive additional discounts over the usual discounts!

 

 

 

 
Convenient

Choose the lab location that's best for you. Near home, work, or even while traveling.

 

 

 

 

 
Easy/Online

Have the blood test(s) performed at the lab. Then generally within 24-48 hours, you will be notified of your blood test results online.

 

 

 
Confidential

You decide who sees the results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Fine Print

At this time, the Medical Lab Tests online are not available in NY, NJ, or RI. Any orders submitted from these states will be cancelled.

 

 


Discount Prescription Drug Program

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a prescription drug discount program?
Prescription drug discount programs allow prescription drug users to save money on all types of prescription medications. At the time of purchase, members simply present their card at a participating pharmacy to instantly receive substantial discounts on their prescription drugs. It's that easy.
How do prescription drug discount cards work?
Prescription drug discount cards contain special electronic instructions that are entered into the pharmacy's point of sale system. When the card information is entered, the price on the prescription is discounted based on the pharmacy's agreement with the program. This type of cutting-edge technology allows consumers to save money without encountering any hassles on the checkout line.
Who needs a prescription drug discount card?
Any individual with limited or no prescription drug coverage can benefit from the prescription drug discount card. Instead of paying full price for medication, card members can save money whenever they purchase prescription drugs. People who already have insurance coverage may still find the card useful, as it can discount medications that are not covered by their health plan.
What prescription medications are covered under the Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program?
All FDA approved brand and generic prescription medications are covered.
Are there any age or enrollment restrictions?
No, everyone can benefit from the program.
Can I locate a participating pharmacy over the internet?
Yes. In fact, we recommend it. Simply use the integrated Pharmacy / Drug Lookup tool provided on this Web Site to locate participating pharmacies.
Can I get prices over the Internet?
Yes. In fact, we recommend it. Simply use the integrated Pharmacy / Drug Lookup tool provided on this Web Site to obtain drug prices.
Does the Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program have a Mail-Order service?
Yes, and you can expect even greater savings along with the convenience of home delivery.
If I am not a U.S. Citizen, can I participate in the Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program?
Yes, anyone may participate in the Prescription Program.
Does my doctor need to know about this card when writing my prescription?
No. The Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program will not affect the way you are cared for by your physician. You should, however, always consult with your doctor about saving money on prescription medications.
I already have insurance that covers my prescription drugs. How can the Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program benefit me?
The Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program can be used to obtain savings on prescription drugs that are excluded by your insurance plan or are not covered because you have exceeded your insurance plan's maximum limits. In some instances, you might find that the Prescription Program's prices are lower than your plan's co-payment amount. In addition, if your plan does not offer you a drug card and you are reimbursed after each transaction, you may be able to use the Complimentary Discount Prescription Program to lower your out-of-pocket expenses.
Do prices vary among participating pharmacies?
Yes. Although the Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program offers some of the best discount rates in the industry, prices may vary slightly from one pharmacy to another. Therefore you are encouraged to use the simple integrated Pharmacy Locator / Drug Pricing tool provided on this Web Site to obtain the best drug prices available.
What if my pharmacist said the card would not save me any money?
As a Complimentary Discount Prescription Drug Program member, you are entitled to your benefit. Your pharmacist will not know what the card savings will be until the prescription is sent for pricing via the pharmacist's computer. If your Pharmacist does not want to comply with the program, you should consider going to a pharmacy that honors the card. In addition, you should report the incident using the customer service number located on your prescription discount card.
What kind of savings are we talking about?
The program offers substantial discounts on all brand-name and generic drugs. How substantial? In brief, we save members an average of 15% on brand drugs and 40% on generic drugs. Members may realize additional savings by taking advantage of our convenient home delivery mail-order service.
Where can I use my Complimentary Prescription Drug Discount Card?
Your card is valid at over 54,000 participating pharmacies nationwide. All chain pharmacies and most independent pharmacies have been given equal opportunity to serve you through our program. Pharmacies are constantly being added, and our pharmacy directory is updated regularly.
Additional Prescription Drug Discount Program Advantages:

Unlimited use

Discount card may be used by all family members

All prescription drugs discounted

Generic substitution when allowed by prescribing physician

Top-quality, major-pharmacy mail order service

24-hour help desk

No waiting periods

No claim forms to file

No medical exams, no exclusions for pre-existing conditions

No enrollment requirements or restrictions

Simply use the integrated Pharmacy Locator / Drug Pricing tool provided on this Web Site.

Saving Tips

Consult with your physician about alternative therapies
Before you begin a new prescription medication, talk with your doctor about non-prescription modifications to your lifestyle, diet or exercise. These changes may postpone, reduce or avoid the need for taking a new medication.
Review your other medications
Disclose all the medications that you are taking to your physician and pharmacist before they prescribe or dispense a new medication. Some medications may intensify or reduce the effectiveness of another, or may even possibly duplicate the effects of another drug you are taking.
Select the lowest-cost alternative
Many brand-name prescription medications have a generic equivalent. Generic drugs are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for safety and effectiveness, and are manufactured under the same strict rules which apply to their brand-name twin. So ask your physician and pharmacist if there is a generic drug that will save you money. If no generic equivalent is available, there may still be a lower-cost alternative within the same class of drugs that performs the functions your care requires. Once again, consult with your physician on these money-saving alternatives.
Obtain a larger supply
In most instances, your cost per dosage will decrease as the amount you have dispensed at one time increases. If you will be taking a medication for an extended period of time, ask your physician if it would be appropriate to prescribe a 90-day supply rather than a 30-day supply.
Shop only at participating pharmacies
All chain pharmacies and most independent pharmacies have been given equal opportunity to serve you via this program. Participating pharmacies are required to offer you deep discounts and assist in performing some fairly complicated drug management procedures for card holders, and not all pharmacies agree to participate. However, that gives you the confidence of knowing that pharmacies participating in this program are concerned with your health and saving you money, and therefore, are deserving of your business and loyalty.
Show your card every time
To ensure your medication is checked for safety and billed at the correct price, your pharmacist needs to transmit valuable information from your card. In some instances, the pharmacist may store your card information in their computer. However, to be certain you receive the maximum benefit, you need to show your card each time you have your prescriptions filled.
Utilize our mail order service
You may find additional savings and convenience ordering frequently-used medications through our U.S mail order service.
Understand your drug therapy
You invest a lot of money in medications. In order to get the most value for your dollar, you need to understand how to use your prescription drugs effectively. Make sure your physician and pharmacist explain how and when to take each prescription medication. Some factors to consider when trying to get the most from your medication are the effects of:
Food and water being taken with your medication
The time of day you take your medication. Effects of other medications, including over-the-counter drugs, on your prescription
Store your medications properly
Most medications will lose their effectiveness when they are subject to heat, moisture, light, or time. A steamy bathroom or a purse left in a hot car are examples of bad places to keep medicine. Store your medications in a cool, dark place. Remember to carry your daily or weekly medications in a pillbox to avoid damaging your entire supply of medication. Also, always remember to check expiration dates and dispose of expired medications by flushing them down the toilet.
Talk with your physician
Make sure that your physician knows that saving money is important to you. Ask that they prescribe a generic equivalent or lower-cost alternative if at all appropriate. Also, make sure that they know about any other drugs you are taking that may alter the effectiveness of the medication they are prescribing. Finally, make sure that you understand the drug therapy they prescribe so that you obtain the most value from the drugs that you are about to invest in.

The program and its administrators have no liability for providing or guaranteeing service by providers or the quality of service rendered by providers.
THIS PLAN IS NOT INSURANCE

This is not insurance, nor is it intended to replace insurance. Pharmacies are required to pay a processing fee. HIPAA Compliant


Eligibility

Who's Eligible For Medicus?

Everyone is eligible to become a member of the Medicus program. There are no age limits or restrictions of any kind. Pre-existing conditions don't matter to us, and you can join whether or not you already have another medical insurance plan.


Board Certified Physicians

A board-certified physician has completed an approved educational training program and an evaluation process, including an examination designed to assess the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to provide quality patient care in that specialty.


The medical profession has long subscribed to a body of ethical statements developed primarily for the benefit of the patient. As members of this profession, most important is our physician's ability to recognize their responsibility to patients first as well as to society, to other health professionals, and to themselves. After completing medical school and residency training, most physicians decide to specialize in a specific area of medicine such as internal medicine, pediatrics etc. If a physician wants to be certified in a specialized area, they must pass an exam given by the board of that particular specialty. When the physician passes this exam and meets certain other board requirements, they become known as "board certified" in that specialty.


Drug Information

Our Medicus physician will determine if a non-narcotic drug is needed. Non-narcotic drugs in principal fall under the classification of an analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory. They are not classified under the Controlled Substances Act. (Drug Evaluations Annual. 1992. p.109). Our medical experts may also determine if a non-scheduled drug is needed-drugs the FDA has adjudicated are significantly free from the risks of abuse, addiction, dangerous side effects or any combination thereof.