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Terms of use

Last updated: december 31, 2019.

Advocate Aurora Health, Inc. maintains this password protected website (“Portal”) to provide an interactive online video visit with an Aurora Health Care Medical Group provider about health issues for a service fee (“Service”). Your access to the Portal and use of the Service is subject to these Terms of Use. These Terms of Use are an agreement between you and Advocate Aurora Health, Inc., including its affiliates (“Advocate Aurora” or “we”) with regard to your use of the Services through this Portal. Throughout these Terms of Use, "you" means the person who clicks "I Agree" below. However, if you are clicking "I agree" on behalf of a minor as his or her legally authorized representative, then "you" means the authorized representative and the person represented, but in that case the Service may only be used for the benefit of the minor represented.

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THESE TERMS OF USE ARE A LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. BY CLICKING "I AGREE" BELOW OR OTHERWISE USING THE SERVICE, YOU (A) ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS OF USE; AND (B) AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS OF USE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS OF USE OF USE, CLICK "I DO NOT AGREE" AND THEN YOU ARE NOT PERMITTED TO USE THE SERVICE AND SHOULD PROMPTLY EXIT THIS PORTAL. IN ADDITION TO THESE TERMS OF USE, YOUR USE OF THE SERVICE IS SUBJECT TO ADVOCATE AURORA’S WEBSITE TERMS OF USE LOCATED AT:  https://www.advocateaurorahealth.org/livewell/terms .

The following is a summary of the agreement between you and Advocate Aurora. Reading this does not substitute for reading and understanding this entire document. If you click on "I agree" or otherwise use the Service, you agree to all these Terms of Use below.

  • Video Visits are not for conditions requiring emergency care.
  • You must be: (1) a resident of Illinois and be physically present in the State of Illinois when using the Service; (2) be a resident of Wisconsin and be physically present in the state of Wisconsin when using the Service; or (3) a resident of Michigan and be physically present in the State of Michigan when using the Service.
  • Your request for a Video Visit must be for your own condition or on behalf of a minor as his or her legally authorized representative.
  • You will be billed directly for this Video Visit. We will not bill your insurance. We will provide you with a receipt and claim form for your service that you may submit to your insurance plan.
  • Any prescriptions filled, or additional tests or services ordered and received will be billed separately. They are not considered part of the Video Visit.
  • We will only treat specified non-chronic conditions by Video Visits. Other conditions require a face-to-face visit with a provider.
  • If your condition cannot safely be treated as a Video Visit, we will recommend a face to face visit with a provider, and you will not be charged for the Video Visit.
  • Your Video Visit will be addressed by a primary care or urgent care provider. The provider may not be your normal primary care provider.

Changes to these terms of use

We may revise and update these Terms of Use from time to time in our sole discretion. All changes are effective immediately when we post them. Your continued use of the Service following the posting of revised Terms means that you accept and agree to the changes.

Your representations

You represent and warrant that you are at least 18 years of age, that you are physically located in the State of Illinois, Michigan or Wisconsin, as applicable, and that you possess the legal right and ability to be legally bound by these Terms of Use and to use the Service. If you are accessing the Service on behalf of a minor, then you represent and warrant that you are his or her legally authorized representative.

You agree to be financially responsible for your use of the Service and to comply with your responsibilities and obligations as stated in these Terms of Use.

If you are not 18 years of age, you are not permitted to use the Service and must exit this Portal now.

Video visits

A Video Visit is an online exchange of medical information between a patient and a health care provider where the provider gives the patient medical advice via online secure communication. Video Visits can be used only for non-urgent symptoms.

You will be asked to provide information on your medical conditions, allergies and medications before the Video Visit begins (the “PreCheck-In”). The PreCheck-In provides the health care provider the information needed to treat you. It is important that the PreCheck-In information is true and accurate.

Video Visits are not a substitute for regular in-person visits in which a doctor or other qualified provider takes a history from a patient, conducts a physical examination and orders and interprets the appropriate diagnostic tests.

A request for a Video Visit can be submitted between 7am - 9pm. We address requests for Video Visits on a first-come-first serve basis. We do not guarantee any specific response time. If you do not receive a response, or if your symptoms get worse, you should call your doctor's office.

We will only offer treatment by Video Visits for non-urgent symptoms. At any time during the Video Visit, we may terminate the Video Visit and advise you to seek treatment through a face-to-face encounter with a provider, or, if your PreCheck-In information suggests that your symptoms are emergent, we may recommend you seek care at the closest emergency room. If we do not complete the Video Visit, we will not charge you for the Service.

If you are experiencing symptoms like shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, weakness, confusion, high fever, sudden or major bleeding, severe rashes or hives, severe allergic reactions, or any other symptoms that might suggest a serious condition, CALL YOUR DOCTOR'S OFFICE, VISIT THE NEAREST HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, OR DIAL 911 IMMEDIATELY.

Because our health care providers are licensed in Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin, you may not use Video Visits if you are physically located outside the States of Illinois, Michigan or Wisconsin. With the exception of minors for whom you are the legal representative, you may not send requests on behalf of someone else, or about someone else's health.

Our fees for the Service may change from time to time, and you agree to pay for all charges.

The information you provide as part of the Video Visit is generally held confidential, but may be disclosed by us in accordance with our Notice of Privacy Practices located at:  https://www.advocateaurorahealth.org/notice-of-privacy-practices . In addition, your use of the Service is subject to Advocate Aurora’s Privacy Policy located at:  https://www.advocateaurorahealth.org/livewell/privacy .

By using the Service, you acknowledge that any previous consents given by you to Advocate Aurora will also apply to Video Visits.

Credit card and payment card information

Video Visits require a valid credit or payment card for payment. You must submit credit card or payment card information via the Credit Card Payment Portal to pay for Services. You must submit the necessary card information before your Video Visit will be processed. If the card information that you submit is incorrect or invalid, your Video Visit will not be processed. Payment is subject to the approval of the financial institution issuing the card. We assume no responsibility or liability if the financial institution refuses to accept or honor your card for any reason.

Restrictions on your use

You may view materials from this Portal only for your own personal use. You may not download, reproduce or otherwise distribute any materials on this Portal without our prior express written consent and/or the consent of any third-party copyright owner.

Advocate Aurora reserves all rights not expressly granted to you by these Terms of Use or any applicable end user license agreements.

You may not use this Portal or its content for any purpose prohibited or restricted by law or in violation of these Terms of Use.

No warranty

THIS PORTAL AND THE SERVICE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS," WITH ALL FAULTS, WITH NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND DISCLAIMS ALL SUCH WARRANTIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT AND ALL WARRANTIES ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE IN TRADE.

ADVOCATE AURORA MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION REGARDING THE RESULTS THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM USE OF THIS PORTAL, OR USE OF MATERIAL, INFORMATION OR DATA DOWNLOADED OR OTHERWISE OBTAINED FROM THIS PORTAL, OR REGARDING THE ACCURACY OR RELIABILITY OF ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM THIS PORTAL. ADVOCATE AURORA DOES NOT HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE TIMELINESS, DELETION, MISDELIVERY OR FAILURE TO STORE ANY USER COMMUNICATION.

No advice or information, whether oral or written, obtained by you from Advocate Aurora in any manner through this Portal creates any warranty by Advocate Aurora.

Limitation of liability

NEITHER ADVOCATE AURORA OR ITS AFFILIATES, NOR THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE TO YOU UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY OR INDEMNITY IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR ACCESS OR USE OF THE PORTAL OR ANY OF ITS CONTENT OR SERVICES. THE FOREGOING DOES NOT AFFECT ANY LIABILITY WHICH CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR LIMITED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW.

FURTHERMORE, NEITHER ADVOCATE AURORA OR ITS AFFILIATES, NOR THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS ARE OR WILL BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, OR OTHER DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANY WAY TO THE PORTAL, THE SERVICE, AND/OR ANY CONTENT ON THE PORTAL, WHETHER SUCH DAMAGES ARE BASED IN TORT, CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF ADVOCATE AURORA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. YOUR SOLE REMEDY FOR DISSATISFACTION WITH THE PORTAL OR THE SERVICE AND/OR ANY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE PORTAL OR THE SERVICE IS TO STOP USING THE SERVICE, EVEN IF SUCH REMEDY SHOULD FAIL ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. THE FOREGOING DOES NOT AFFECT ANY WARRANTIES WHICH CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR LIMITED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW.

Indemnification

You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Advocate Aurora, its affiliates, and their respective officers, directors, employees and agents from and against all losses, expenses, liabilities, damages and costs, including without limitation reasonable attorney fees, resulting from or arising from your use of the Portal or its content or any violation of these Terms of Use.

Disputes, choice of law and venue 

All matters relating to the Portal and these Terms of Use and any dispute or claim arising therefrom or related thereto (in each case, including non-contractual disputes or claims), shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of Wisconsin, without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law provision or rule of any other jurisdiction.

You submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts sitting in the County of Milwaukee in the State of Wisconsin and waive any jurisdictional, venue, or inconvenient forum objections to such courts.

In any action to enforce these Terms of Use, Advocate Aurora will be entitled to all costs and attorney fees it incurs.

Any cause of action or claim you have regarding the Portal or the Service must be commenced within one year after the claim or cause of action arises or the claim or cause of action is barred.

Notice may be given to you as a user of this Portal by posting information to this Portal. Notice may be given to Advocate Aurora only by delivery to Aurora Public Relations Department, 750 West Virginia Street, P.O. Box 341880, Milwaukee, WI 53234-1880, with a copy to General Counsel at the same address.

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Telehealth visits

Your time. Your place.

Telehealth services: health care anytime, anywhere

Illness doesn’t wait to crop up during office hours. Or sometimes you might not feel well enough to see your provider in person. That’s why we offer a variety of ways for you to see an Advocate Health Care provider when and how it’s most convenient for you, including our telehealth options.

Quick Care Video Visits

  • For kids 2+ and adults
  • Available 24/7 – meet with the next available provider
  • We’ll bill you or your insurance

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Video visits with your provider

  • For kids and adults
  • Often available by appointment with members of your care team
  • We'll bill your insurance
  • For kids 2-11 and adults
  • Available 24/7 – use Symptom Checker to see if you’re eligible

Things to know about telehealth

What is telehealth.

Telehealth – sometimes called virtual visits – is another way for you to get health care with a provider . Instead of driving to a clinic or your provider’s office, you can hop on your mobile device or computer to receive a diagnosis and treatment plan when and where you need it.

What types of care can I get using telehealth?

With telehealth, you have the option to see your own primary care provider via video visit during office hours or hop on a video visit to get care from the next available provider. We call this 24-hour care a Quick Care Video Visit.

E-visits are also a great option to get care any time of day. Just complete a questionnaire and get an email response from any provider within an hour. To see if an e-visit is a telehealth option for you, use Symptom Checker. This tool can help you find the right type of care based on your symptoms.

What are the benefits of telehealth?

The biggest benefit of telehealth is getting health care without leaving the house when you’re sick. Just answer a few questions about your symptoms, then get care from a provider at a time that’s convenient for you. You also don’t have to worry about taking your sick child out of the house and into a busy waiting room.

Who can use telehealth?

Telehealth services are available to almost everyone in your family, though kids younger than 2 years old still need to be seen by their own provider. Ask your child’s pediatrician about scheduling a video visit or an in-person appointment instead.

If you’re 18 or older and physically located in Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, you can request a video visit. You also can request video visits for kids ages 2-17 if you’re their legally authorized representative.

Are telehealth visits safe?

When doing telehealth visits, you can rest assured we protect your health information . Video visits are powered by Zoom and feature telehealth security measures such as meeting IDs and visit verifications to ensure only you and the provider have access to your visit. We also keep your personal information safe when you’re recommended an e-visit when using Symptom Checker.

Can I use telehealth if I think I have COVID?

Yes, you can. If you think you’re experiencing COVID symptoms, contact your primary care provider. They may be able to see you the same day in person or with a video visit. You also can hop on a Quick Care Video Visit for 24-hour care to discuss your symptoms and testing options.

If you’ve tested positive for COVID, you can also use Symptom Checker to help you find the right type of care. Your telehealth options could include an e-visit.

How do I use telehealth?

Our telehealth visits start in LiveWell . Learn how to begin a video visit or find the right type of care based on your symptoms with Symptom Checker.

Don’t have an account yet? Set up a LiveWell account now.

Telehealth urgent care services when and where you need them

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When you can’t pencil in an appointment

Minor health concerns are inconvenient – and when life gets busy, visiting an immediate or urgent care can be, too. With Quick Care Video Visits , you can see a provider any time and from anywhere, 24/7.

When you want comfort in a familiar face

A little reassurance from the care team you know and trust can go a long way. Video visits with your provider are just like office visits – minus the trip.

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When you need the right visit, right now

Our Symptom Checker in LiveWell can help you find the right type of care based on your symptoms. From 24/7 e-visits and Quick Care Video Visits to in-person urgent care, we’ll recommend the best visit for you.

Still need a LiveWell account?

Download the LiveWell app and create an account in one easy step! You’ll find more ways to live well on the go – message your primary care provider, get test results, practice guided meditation and more.

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Midwest storms and tornadoes leave more than 500,000 without power

Severe storms and multiple tornadoes caused devastation across the Midwest on Monday night and into Tuesday morning, leaving more than half a million energy customers without power, as fears rise over a lingering risk of floods.

Almost 330,000 energy connections were lost in Illinois, according to PowerOutage.us, as well as 188,000 in Indiana and nearly 20,000 in Iowa.

The National Weather Service in Chicago said: "This storm is producing multiple tornadoes at the same time!" A tornado was confirmed in Des Moines, Iowa.

Vehicles make their way through a flooded section of DuSable Lake Shore Drive after a second severe storm raged through Chicago on Monday.

The weather service's Chicago team had to take shelter as the storm passed over just before 10.30 p.m.

Chicago's O'Hare Airport ordered a ground stop while local trains were canceled. The weather service said there were power flashes spotted at the airport because of likely tornadoes, during some of the most intense storms to hit the area in recent times.

"It's been years and years since we've seen something like this," said Kevin Jeanes, a meteorologist with the NBC Chicago .

Tornadoes also touched down in Chicago on Sunday, marking a relatively rare event: Before Sunday, only six had been reported in the last 70 years, meteorologist Paul Deanno said.

The Chicago Fire Department warned that several live power lines had been knocked down and urged people not to approach them, as the lines may be charging wet ground. There were no reports of injuries, the department said in a post on X.

Weather watchers in Oswego, west of Chicago, captured footage of an enormous funnel cloud just after 10 p.m. Monday. The weather service later confirmed a tornado there as well as on in Sugar Grove, moving toward Aurora.

Footage posted on social media showed warning sirens wailing in downtown Chicago , as well as heavy rain and lightning striking trees in the suburb of Mokena to the south.

Hart Turner posted video to TikTok from his apartment overlooking the Chicago city skyline and said: "That is the scariest wind I've ever heard in my time in Chicago. Oh man, my heart is still pumping."

Police in Joliet warned of downed power lines and trees, with many roads blocked. Motorists were urged to use "extreme caution."

The severe weather is set to move south Tuesday night into the central Plains and the Mississippi and Ohio valleys.

This bout of storms is caused by a cool air mass from Canada meeting the heat dome that has brought extreme temperatures across much of the Lower 48 in recent weeks, the weather service said.

Some relief from the heat is on the way, however: "A refreshingly cool and pleasant air mass with highs in the 70s will overspread the northern Plains by Wednesday," the weather service said.

Meanwhile in Texas, almost 150,000 people were still without power, mostly in the Greater Houston area, eight days after Hurricane Beryl made landfall.

Regional energy supplier Centerpoint said it had fixed 2 million connections and expected 98% of those who lost power to be reconnected by the end of Wednesday. In sweltering heat, locals have been sleeping in cars and selling valuables to get through the blackout.

Over the weekend, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott challenged the company to provide details on how it would improve its disaster preparedness policies in future by the end of the month.

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If you’re eligible for an e-visit, send a message to a telehealth provider and get a diagnosis within one hour – 24/7.

Virtual care is just a few questions away

When you or your child isn’t feeling well, you may be able to get 24-hour care with e-visits. If you’re eligible for an e-visit, you’ll fill out a questionnaire about your symptoms and a telemedicine provider will evaluate your condition. They’ll send a diagnosis and treatment plan via LiveWell message within an hour.

E-visits can be a convenient, cost-effective alternative to visiting a clinic or urgent care when you need care for minor illnesses like cold symptoms, urinary infections and back pain.

Your first step? Symptom Checker.

To see if an e-visit is right for you, use Symptom Checker to find care based on your symptoms. We’ll recommend the right type of care, which may include a virtual visit.

Virtual visits like e-visits and Quick Care Video Visits are the quickest, most convenient way to get 24/7 care for minor illness and injury. And if your symptoms require an in-person visit, Symptom Checker will recommend an appointment with your own provider or can help you find local urgent care near you.

When should I use an e-visit?

You can use telehealth visits , like e-visits, to get virtual care 24/7. Once you use Symptom Checker, you may be offered an e-visit – easy, online messages with a virtual care provider . You can use e-visits to address this set list of common, nonurgent symptoms:

  • Anxiety or depression
  • Bladder or urinary infection
  • Birth control refill
  • Cold symptoms
  • Constipation
  • COVID symptoms (with positive test result)
  • Eczema flare
  • Genital herpes
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Head lice (pediatric)
  • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
  • Vaginal discharge or irritation

After your e-visit, you might need to come in for a lab test such as a urine sample to help the provider reach a diagnosis. Or you could need to pick up medication as part of your treatment plan.

Can I use insurance to cover the cost of an e-visit?

Yes, e-visits are billed to your insurance. Your visit is subject to any coinsurance, copay or deductible – just like an in-person visit. You’ll receive a statement detailing your financial responsibility.

We're also able to provide e-visits if you have Medicare or Medicaid as your primary or secondary insurance.

Who can submit an e-visit?

If you're an Aurora Health Care patient, are age 18 or older and physically located in Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, you can use Symptom Checker and submit an e-visit for yourself if it’s offered to you. You can also use Symptom Checker and submit an e-visit for kids ages 2-11 if you're their legally authorized representative and an e-visit is offered. Learn about proxy/dependent care .

Are e-visits safe?

Yes, we keep your personal health information safe when you use Symptom Checker and submit an e-visit in LiveWell if it’s offered to you.

How do I start an e-visit?

Once you use Symptom Checker and an e-visit is offered to you, it just takes a few minutes to start your e-visit in LiveWell. We walk you through the steps of starting an e-visit , plus answer common questions you may have.

Where can I learn more about LiveWell?

We can help answer your questions about LiveWell and its features.

How can I ask additional medical questions after an e-visit?

If you have any medical questions following a recent e-visit, call 844-284-0381 to speak with a virtual health nurse.

Use Symptom Checker in LiveWell

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Sign in to LiveWell and use Symptom Checker to find care based on select symptoms.

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If an e-visit is offered to you, answer a few quick questions about how you’re feeling.

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Watch for a message with your diagnosis and next steps within one hour. 

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Download the LiveWell app and create an account in one easy step! You’ll find more ways to live well on the go – message your primary care provider, get test results, practice guided meditation and more.

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Quick Care Video Visits

With Quick Care Video Visits, you can get access to get medical care 24/7 with a video call.

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Video visits with your provider 

Meet with your primary care provider, specialist or other members of your care team – from home. 

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  2. Video Visit Instructions

    If you need help with LiveWell, contact our support team at 855-624-9366 or via email. Getting started with a video visit with your Advocate Aurora Health primary care provider or specialist is easy. Follow these video visit instructions.

  3. Virtual visits

    You'll find more ways to live well on the go - message your primary care provider, get test results, practice guided meditation and more. Learn more about LiveWell and its features. Aurora Health Care's virtual visits include video visits for your convenience anytime, anywhere, plus video visits with your own doctor.

  4. Virtual Visits

    Ask your child's pediatrician about scheduling a video visit or an in-person appointment instead. If you're 18 or older and physically located in Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, you can request a video visit. You also can request video visits for kids ages 2-17 if you're their legally authorized representative.

  5. Telehealth Services

    Ask your child's pediatrician about scheduling a video visit or an in-person appointment. If you're 18 or older and physically located in Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan, you can request a video visit. You also can request video visits for kids ages 2-17 if you're their legally authorized representative.

  6. Quick Care Video Visit Instructions

    Contact us. If you need help with LiveWell, contact our support team at 855-624-9366 or via email. Getting started with a Quick Care Video Visit with an Advocate Aurora Health provider is easy. Follow these video visit instructions and watch the video.

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  15. How Do Video Visits Work?

    You don't have to be an Aurora Health Care patient to request a Quick Care Video Visit, but you must be physically located in Illinois, Wisconsin or Michigan during the visit. If you're 18 years or older, you can request any type of video visit. You can request a video visit for kids ages 2-17 if you're their legally authorized representative.

  16. PDF For Providers: Scheduled Video Visit Getting Started Guide

    For all other inquiries regarding video visits (Haiku/Canto/Zoom, etc.) or equipment needs please contact the Service Desk Physician Hotline at WI: 414-647-3035, Opt.3 or IL: 630-990-7020, Opt. 3. FOR PROVIDERS: SCHEDULED VIDEO VISIT GETTING STARTED GUIDE.

  17. Aurora Health Care Video Visit

    Video chat with a health care provider from a smartphone for care and treatment.

  18. LiveWell

    Advocate Aurora Video Visit lets you see a provider virtually through video chat. By initiating a video visit, you agree to the terms and conditions found here, and consent to treatment. Menu Search. Español; Pay a Bill ... to provide an interactive online video visit with an Aurora Health Care Medical Group provider about health issues for a ...

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  20. What to Know About Online Doctor Visits

    An online doctor visit with your own provider is an option during office hours. You can call your doctor's office and ask if a video visit is appropriate for your condition or the symptoms you're experiencing. If you need urgent care 24/7, consider a Quick Care Video Visit with the next available provider on our team.

  21. Telehealth Services

    With telehealth, you have the option to see your own primary care provider via video visit during office hours or hop on a video visit to get care from the next available provider. We call this 24-hour care a Quick Care Video Visit. E-visits are also a great option to get care any time of day. Just complete a questionnaire and get an email ...

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  23. E-visits

    To see if an e-visit is right for you, use Symptom Checker to find care based on your symptoms. We'll recommend the right type of care, which may include a virtual visit. Virtual visits like e-visits and Quick Care Video Visits are the quickest, most convenient way to get 24/7 care for minor illness and injury.