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Without moving an inch, anyone in Alabama can now use their phone, computer or tablet to connect virtually to a physician or nurse practitioner in minutes any time of day or night through St. Vincent's OnDemand service for a nominal fee of $35.
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"How are you feeling today?" the doctor asks the dialysis patient.
"Everything's going good," she says.
"Wearable medical devices are not coming, they're here," says Russ Dorsey with Kassouf & Co.
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