Telemedicine is making it easier to see a doctor, or at least get a doctor's advice, from virtually anywhere.
Steve Cashman founded Healthspot, Inc. The kiosks are stationed around communities that allow patients to see doctors through video connections.
"A lot of times a lot of those resources are trapped in one large facility in a metro area, so extending that off into the community maybe 50, 60 miles into a rural population, that's a very big deal,” said Cashman.
Others are turning to their smartphones, using apps like Health Tap. That doesn't replace an office visit, but gives users basic health information.