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ClickAClinic.com to Attend ATA 2017 Telehealth 2.0 Conference

ATA to Host Telemedicine Venture SummitMedia Announcement: ClickAClinic.com®, a Florida-based telemedicine company specializing in a broad range of services, today announced it will exhibit at the ATA Telehealth 2.0 Conference at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, April 23-25, 2017, at booth #2442.

ClickAClinic.com® will introduce its new ‘DME Deal’ (www.dmedeal.com), one of the most advanced online software platforms for secure and affordable mail-order and durable medical equipment, to more than 6,000 healthcare and industry professionals. DME Deal is the first of an expanding line of technological services that ClickAClinic.com® will roll out in 2017. It offers patients a quick, safe and affordable way to manage healthcare products online from the comfort of their home or office.

“We look forward to unveiling DME Deal at this year’s Telehealth 2.0 Conference which attracts the world’s leading technology companies, experts and insightful speakers,” said ClickAClinic.com® Founder and CEO, Lawrence Bentvena. “Our philosophy on medical consultations and treatment is that everyone should have quick and convenient access to healthcare. Through DME Deal, we’ve been able to accomplish this and empower patients.”

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Florida Welcomes First Licensed Telemedicine Consulting Service

Florida Welcomes First Licensed Telemedicine Consulting ServiceIt’s the start of a whole new industry in the state of Florida.

South Florida doctor and entrepreneur, Dr. Lawrence Bentvena, has just announced the launch of ClickAClinic, which he says is Florida’s first and only licensed medical provider of telemedicine services and software.

Aiming to lead the telemedicine trend in Florida, ClickAClinic’s telemedicine video software is designed to provide patients with an alternative to making non-emergency hospital visits and lengthy visits to crowded waiting rooms for routine check ups.
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