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Overview

We have all been in same place at one time or another. You or someone important in your life has just been diagnosed. Along with the sorrow and fear, most patients face a perplexing array of decisions related to a variety of treatment recommendations. Surgeries, medications, treatment options and patient-care advice can be terrifying to the patients themselves as well as to their care-givers.

Selecting the best available physician and starting with the most appropriate therapy available is critical. With many illnesses, the success of treatment is often compromised if the beginning phases are not correctones.

The decisions in those beginning phases can be the most critical of all—time to gather information, identify and decide on viable treatment options, find physicians you trust, and become comfortable with your treatment choices. Depending upon your location, getting the correct initial diagnosis and treatment protocol can be even more critical.

Twelve to eighteen percent of all medical cases are either misdiagnosed or never diagnosed at all. Such errors have sometimes led patients to undergo extensive, unnecessary medical treatment and in some cases, even undesired serious results.

On-line Expert Second Medical Opinion

FAQ

On line second opinion is a boon for people who live in remote areas or who are otherwise unable to travel to the physical location of the hospital due to geographic or financial constraints. Patients can seek specialists’ advice and also relevant treatment suggestions, all within the comfort of their homes.

One of the most important areas where online doctor consultation can be of immense benefit is seeking a Second Medical Opinion.

Many people do not explore alternatives simply because they do not know how to go about it, or because they think it might be very expensive or inconvenient to consult another specialist whose clinic may be thousands of kilometres away. Imagine the financial implications, the hassle of travelling while you are sick, finding suitable accommodation and many other inconveniences.

By avoiding travelling and extra expenditure, online medical consultation allows patients to get a second medical opinion in a cost-effective way.

It is a special service provided to you by our experts to help you understand your medical condition and the most comprehensive up-to-date treatment options available to you.

You provide information through your physician or directly to us. Our specialists review your case, diagnose orconfirm your condition and make treatment recommendations based on the information provided.

Online consultation programs are highly sophisticated and allow patients to seek Second Medical Opinions from a panel of world-class specialists who are available to review their medical record and provide a new assessment or confirm the old one. With a few simple clicks you may be able to find a much better treatment alternative. When it comes to taking decisions concerning your health, it is always better to be on the safe side.

When should you seek Expert Second Medical Opinion

You are not clear about your diagnosis.
You want to have more information about your condition?
You are uneasy about the current treatment that you follow.
Your physician is not taking the time to answer your questions.
You just need reassurance of treatment plans and want another expert’s opinion.
You are diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.
Your physician has not treated many people with your specific illness or does not have the facilities or expertise.
You are prescribed with medications that have serious side effects.
You are scheduled to undergo a major invasive procedure.
You have been given no hope. Many patients are told there’s no hope and that no further treatment can be of benefit. In this case, there’s certainly nothing to lose by getting a second opinion, but there is a chance, however small, for a huge gain, since if your doctor is in error, a second opinion could save your life.
If there is something “Borderline” about your case:

If your tumor is almost operable, but not quite, or conversely almost inoperable but not quite, you might want a second opinion. You might either save yourself unnecessary surgery or you might save your life. Similarly if your tumour is on the borderline of requiring adjuvant chemotherapy you might want a second opinion.

If you live in a rural Area:

If you live in a rural area and get treatment as a small hospital, it may pay to get a consult from a major hospital.

Pathology Second Opinions for cancer patients:

Most people never consider the possibility of getting a second opinion on the pathology report from which the diagnosis was made, but the entire plan of treatment depends on what kind of cancer you have and how far it has spread, both of which usually depend in part or whole on the pathologists interpretation of the biopsy or surgical specimen. Changes in the interpretation of the pathology can dramatically change both the treatment and the prognosis.

You Have a Rare Cancer:

If you have a rare cancer, it definitely pays to get a second opinion. What you really want is to find an expert in that form of cancer. Med Access online consultation programs are highly sophisticated and allow patients to seek second medical opinions from a panel of world-class specialists who are available to review your medical record and provide a new assessment or confirm the old one. With a few simple clicks you may be able to find a much better treatment alternative. When it comes to taking decisions concerning your health, it is always better to be on the safe side. Our second opinion service makes sense.

Why Expert Second Medical Opinion?

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You get peace of mind as experts provide world class opinion specific to your condition and you are convinced that the prescribed treatment is right for you.

Second Opinions help you identify the treatments options which have higherchances of success as quickly as possible.

You can get a different perspective on your options. Some doctors are more conservative and others more aggressive. There may be good arguments for several different options; getting a second option can be a good way to hear some of them.

Another doctor might come up with a completely different and promising option – one that your first doctor didn’t think of, or didn’t know about. It happens – no doctor can know everything or make the right decision all the time.

Help you find out if there are less invasive and less expensive treatment options available.

A second opinion can also serve a general quality check – to make sure you’re really getting the most up to date, most effective treatment.

Easy access as opinion is delivered to you without the hassle of arranging for appointments or travel.

Quick answers as 3-day turnaround helps you get quick and reliable answers at the time you need it most.

Helps you to save time and money by avoiding extra diagnosis.

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