We understand that veterinary telemedicine is something new for everyone, so we want to give you the real facts about it!
Yes, it can! Telemedicine is proven to provide the same standard of care as in-clinic. Most often, your pet’s health concern is resolved entirely all while saving you time and money.
If the state/province you reside in permits a remote veterinary-client-patient-relationship (VCPR) to be established, our veterinary partners are able to prescribe medication for your pet (at their discretion of course!).
Actually, it’s for way more than that! While Vetster can definitely help save you unnecessary visits to the emergency room, telemedicine is great for proactive wellness, chronic care, annual check-ups, follow-up appointments and so much more.
Vetster is serious about privacy and utilization of data. Your pet’s medical records will be stored securely for up to 7 years.
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Vetster is excited to be the first veterinary telemedicine platform joining Lumino Health’s network! Accessing quality virtual veterinary care is now available. With Vetster, Lumino Health now offers health care solutions and resources that benefit the whole family.
The last year certainly has been unprecedented! I hear complaints daily from fellow dog moms about their experiences trying to manage their pet’s health. This is particularly true when they talk about access to vet care. Many are unable to get an appointment with their vet or had to wait weeks to get an appointment only to find out they were not allowed to go inside with their pets resulting in additional frustration and stress.
In the veterinary services industry, a professional standard called the veterinarian-client-patient relationship (VCPR) is required to practice veterinary medicine. It is a relationship that is established mutually when a veterinarian and client decide that a pet will be treated. This includes the veterinarian taking responsibility for providing the pet medical care; taking/keeping medical records, giving appropriate advice and treatment options, and diagnosing and prescribing medicine.
Health concern with your pet?
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