Welcome to Digital Nomad Health, where we address health from the bottom up instead of the top down. You: Already healthy and health savvy. Us: Keep you healthy and prevent common chronic diseases down the line. We’re a Cash-Based Practice For our California patients, our virtual clinic is a cash-pay practice with transparent pricing. We […]
One of the main reasons patients are frustrated and angry is their clinic access. There are numerous barriers to overcome to connect with one’s doctor. But it’s important to make it easy to see the doctor to ensure proper patient access. The physician is buried behind a huge administrative wall in the mainstream healthcare model. […]
Since the 1970s, physicians have communicated with patients consistently via telephone, and not until recently the term telemedicine came about to allow for insurance billing. A few years later, only in the past 3-4 years, Virtual Primary Care gained popularity. In 2017, I recall interviewing for a clinical position with a popular telemedicine company that […]
In medical school, physicians are taught to view diseases and scientific processes and approach diagnosis and treatment similarly. Once in practice, however, it’s not diseases that physicians treat but individuals – unique people, each with their own twist on life. It’s the therapeutic alliance these two individuals strike up that uncovers conditions called ‘diseases,’ and […]
Dr. Mo is licensed in California and Alaska, so this practice only accepts patients who can initiate their first appointment while physically located in either of these states. Seems a bit wonky, doesn’t it? So, let us explain. State Licensing The medical system in the US is siloed, and each state has its own rules […]
I am sure the day will come when I’m ready to settle down in a particular zip code. Until then, I enjoy flexing my time between different cities and countries. That’s why I decided on a virtual primary care practice instead of a physical one. A virtual practice also cuts my overhead – no rent […]
Even digital nomads need a doctor from time to time. It’s good to build that relationship early on so that you feel comfortable being abroad in a new healthcare system.
I’ve been a remote worker since 2016 and a digital nomad since 2017. As a wild rock climber, I collect injuries, and as a middle-aged man, I need primary care. Telemedicine for digital nomads was born out of this need. My home base is in Portland, Oregon, but I spend a lot of time in […]