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The Doctor Will See You In Walmart
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Brucella
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Brucella,
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6/5/2012 | 9:26:46 PM
re: The Doctor Will See You In Walmart
Is it just me, or does anyone else see the irony of "lifelike" and "interface" used in the same sentence. And when did "price" become "price point?" Jesh.
justaskjul
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6/5/2012 | 5:21:24 PM
re: The Doctor Will See You In Walmart
I love this! I would hope that some day it goes even a step further to allow for telemed visits in home. I know we wouldn't have access to a connected BP machine or thermometer or other peripheral devices but we could use our own and show physician. I would pay for this service just not to have to visit an already germy waiting room of patients while I am sick.

Julie
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