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Telemedicine: Is this our future? with Dr. Robin Berzin

What is Telemedicine? Is it only for the very wealthy? Is it even “good enough”?! I mean… Can my doctor really see my hives from my iPhone camera in low light?! Is there even a “real” doctor on the other end of my tele-doc visit?

We get the 411 from our guest, Dr. Robin Berzin. She is the founder and CEO of Parsley Health, a company that in 4 short years has basically CHANGED MEDICINE as we know it. No big deal!

For more information on Parsley Health, or to connect with Dr. Robin Berzin, please head to: https://www.parsleyhealth.com/

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