SAMI-Aid Blog

Our blog is dedicated to inquisitive healthcare consumers.
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Oct

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Oct

Flu season during COVID-19 poses unprecedented challenges. With SAMI-Aid, you can easily get tested or see a doctor from home for a low price.

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Sep

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Sep

Psychiatric medications are used to treat ailments of the mind, emotions, and behavior. Some of these medications are available through telemedicine.

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Jul

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Jul

SAMI-Aid's virtual therapy and psychiatry services offer privacy, convenience, and a savings of 60% to 85% off traditional psychiatry and therapy.

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May

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May

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common urgent care complaints, especially for women. UTIs can often be treated via telemedicine.

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Apr

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Apr

To mitigate the stresses of lockdown, make a list of the things you can still do that make you feel happy. Don't hesitate to ask for help if you need it.

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Mar

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Mar

Existing laws regarding telemedicine are a jungle, and only 10% of Americans have used telehealth services. COVID-19 may be about to change that.

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Mar

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Mar

If you're uninsured, your healthcare costs can be very high. Fortunately, SAMI-Aid's Premium Membership can help you find local doctors who charge $100 or less per office visit without insurance!

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Mar

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Mar

Did you know that lower back pain affects around 10% of the national and global population, and that lower back pain is the #2 cause of lost work time in the U.S.? Fortunately, we can do something about it. Practice proper posture and consult with a medical professional, starting at only $39.99 per consultation.

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Mar

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Mar

Have you ever wondered why medical pricing is so ambiguous? Let's look at some of the ways we can fight for transparency in the healthcare market.

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Mar

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Mar

Despite media hysteria, the unusually severe flu circulating during this 2019-20 season is probably more of an immediate threat to U.S. residents than the new strain of coronavirus. With coronavirus, influenza, and any type of viral disease, the best way to prevent infection is to avoid exposure and go the extra mile with common-sense hygiene. 

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