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SecondOpinions.com, Featuring a State-of-the-Art Teleradiology and Telemedicine Platform, Introduces a New Global Feature Second Opinions Express TM

USARAD Holdings Inc, a leading US Joint Commission Accredited teleradiology and telemedicine solutions provider recently launched SecondOpinions.com which offers a state of the art, proprietary, web-based consumer platform connecting patients globally to top U.S. physicians in any specialty and sub-specialty announced today that it will add a new feature to their services, Second Opinions ExpressTM.

Second Opinions Express™ is a new and unique offering which enables patients to ask a non-complicated general medical question and receive a quick and concise written response from a medical expert panel within as little as 30 minutes, 24/7/365. The service is affordable to all consumers at $19.95.

“We are excited to offer our new quick and affordable service to people across the globe,” said Michael Yuz, MD, MBA, CEO and Founder of SecondOpinions.com. “Statistics have shown that more than 70% of internet users search the web for health and medical information. Second Opinions ExpressTM has been developed, in part, to assist people interested in obtaining general medical information online but are not certain that the information they find is reliable. Our panel of medical experts ensures that patients receive credible, comprehensive and up-to-date medical information without spending a fortune.”

Second Opinions Express™ is not intended for diagnosis or treatment but will provide a general analysis and thoughts to be considered as a patient, doctor or caregiver moves forward.

SecondOpinions.com connects patients globally to top U.S. physicians in any specialty and sub-specialties. Within hours, patients receive a second opinion from a board certified physician. Patients simply upload their DVD images (MRI, CT etc) to a HIPAA regulated, secure, confidential platform and receive a report in the privacy of their own home or office. Obtaining a second opinion decreases medical errors, saves lives, and keeps healthcare costs down by preventing unnecessary surgeries and procedures. It gives patients the peace of mind they need and deserve. Quality assurance techniques such as second opinions will soon be mandated under The Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

Click this link to view our television interview that recently aired on WPLG-TV, ABC in Miami, Florida.

https://secondopinions.com/mediaroom/television-interviews.html

The prices for our standard radiology second opinions range from $29.00 -$99.00 per report. No appointments are needed, patients don’t have to wait days or weeks for a new consultation and the second opinion is received within hours of submission. Expert subspecialist radiologists are available 24/7/365 in all 50 states and across the globe. In addition, specialist and sub-specialist physicians in all medical fields provide second opinion consultations via telephone and video chat for as low as $49 per 5-minute consultation. This cost is less than many insurance co-payments.

For more information, please visit https://secondopinions.com/our-services/second-opinions-express.html

About SecondOpinions.com

SecondOpinons.com, a division of USARAD Holdings Inc is a medical consultation and second opinions leader providing second opinion consultation services in all areas of medicine including radiology. Utilizing a unique, proprietary patent- pending, cloud technology, SecondOpinions.com makes it possible to receive an expert second opinion in the privacy of one’s home or office.

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