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Figure 6 is a collection 600 of mobile/laptop/desktop devices graphical user interfaces (GUIs) of physician version of MyTeleDoc application illustrating a sample application of the MyTeleDoc application according to an embodiment of the invention described herein. It should be noted that figures in collection 600 are for illustrative purpose only, and that additional arrangements and functionalities can be incorporated without diverging from this concept of the present invention.In collection 600, for example a desktop, laptop, tablet device or mobile device (APPLE, BLACKBERRY, ANDROID or any other manufacturer’s device) 602, can be utilized to access the MyTeleDoc webpage 608.

  The device(s) 602 can include a display area 604 and an input mechanism 606, which in this example are one-and-the same. That is, the display area 604 of a computer device 602 can also be used as the input mechanism 606, for example, on a device with touch screen capabilities.The physician visits the MyTeleDoc website 608 and the main menu 610 can be displayed (in the display area 604) with high-level menu options 612. As shown in this example, the menu options prompt the user to either create an account 615 or log in (returning user) 616.

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A forgot password 617 feature may be added below, giving the user an ability to change their password. A user maybe requested to enter their email address or answer a preconfigured question and an email will be sent to their email address with instructions to change password. Other features on this display area 604 of this screen can include company name/logo 613 and company slogan 614. The application features listed above are for illustration purposes, and that additional configurations and functionalities can be incorporated without diverging from this embodiment of the present invention. The new user adds (using the input mechanism 606) their personal information in data fields 622; including but not limited to, email address, password etc. Additional feature including, but not limited to, agreement to the MyTeleDoc terms and conditions 623 may be added.

After the user has filled in all the required fields, the ‘Create Account’ button 615 may activate, allowing the user to click (using the input mechanism 606) the button 615 and submit their registration. Clicking the ‘Create Account’ button can result in display of MyTeleDoc application ‘physician registration’ interface 630.In MyTeleDoc ‘physician registration’ interface 630, a new user (physician) may be prompted to enter relevant personal, professional information and accreditations 632, including but not limited to, date of birth, address, current degrees and certifications held, work experience, etc.

There may also be an options for the new user (physician) to upload a photo 633. After a new physician enters the necessary information using input mechanism 606, the ‘Submit Button’ 635 may activate, allowing the user to click and submit their registration. Clicking the ‘Submit Button’ 635 can result in display of MyTeleDoc ‘physician registration completion’ interface 640. In MyTeleDoc ‘physician registration completion’ interface 640, the display area 604 may include, as in this embodiment, the company name/logo 613, and a prompt that says “Thank you for registering” 628.Figure 6B going back to when user 558 selects a physician; in stage 650, the physician’s (version of) MyTeleDoc app 654 can receive a notification on physician’s app icon 655 on physician mobile device 652. The physician’s app icon 655 is seen in the display area 651 of the physician’s device 652.The notification may be a visual indication 657 or a sound (and/or vibration) 658 or both on the physician device(s).

The physician may also receive an email notification for service request. After the physician 561 receives a notification 657, he/she can click on the physician’s app icon 655 in the display area 651 of the physician’s mobile device 652. After the app is clicked, the application may be activated and it can display the MyTeleDoc ‘received physician service request’ interface 660.

In the MyTeleDoc ‘received physician service request’ interface 660, the prompt 662 in the display area 651 may indicate a service request for a certain time and may or may not have the physician’s photo 661. The display area 651 can have an accept icon 664 and/or a reject icon 665. If the physician swipes/clicks using input mechanism 653, the accept icon 664, the MyTeleDoc application moves to the MyTeleDoc ‘provider selection’ interface 670. Other features on this display area 604 of this screen can include company name/logo 613 and company slogan 614. The application features listed above are for illustration purposes, and that additional configurations and functionalities can be incorporated without diverging from this embodiment of the present invention. In the MyTeleDoc ‘provider selection’ interface, the MyTeleDoc server 220 may initiate a search for a provider in the user’s (patient) locality.

The display area 651 may show the providers in the database 672 (the configurations may be, but not limited to, cycling through photos of providers, to a listing of available providers, etc.) The MyTeleDoc server selects one provider 674, which can be matched based on service request, availability and location. The provider can be displayed in the display area 651 with their, but not limited to, name, photo, credentials, ratings, etc. 676. The physician may accept the provider by clicking and/or swiping the accept icon 678 using the input mechanism 653 in the display area 651. After the provider is accepted, the display area 651 displays the MyTeleDoc ‘accepted provider interface’ 680. and the display area 651 may also include, as in this embodiment, the company name/logo 513.

The display area 651 may also have the provider’s photo 682, name, appointment information, etc. 683. Also, in the display are 651, a prompt 685 may notify the physician that “appointment will be confirmed shortly”.