Telemedicine in North Carolina
In the Tar Heel state, telemedicine or Telehealth is defined as using electronic information and communication technology (ICT) to practice medicine between a licensed medical professional in one location and a patient in a distant location:
- Benefits of TelemedicineÂ â€“Â The North Carolina Medical Board recognizes that the technological improvements provided by ICT offers patients and providers many unique benefits. Telemedicine is a tool that, if properly used, can increase the access to healthcare, increase the use of specialty expertise, provide instant access to a patient’s medical records and cut down the cost of patient care. The professional practicing through telemedicine must, however, offer the same standard of healthcare as would be provided through conventional methods.
- Patient-Licensee RelationshipÂ â€“Â North Carolina’s medical board emphasizes the need for a proper patient-provider relationship before and during the telemedicine session. Improper identification could lead to fraudulent activity or false declaration of confidential health information. The licensed professional making use of telemedicine must verify the location and identity of the patient and let the patient know their name, professional credentials and location.
- Prescription Through Telemedicine â€“Â All licensees are to contact patients before making prescriptions. Prescription of controlled substances through telemedicine is permitted, though itâ€™s not regarded as a standard practice. Any provider who prescribes medical CBD through telemedicine to treat pain or any medical condition must obey the appropriate state and federal laws and make a formal report.
North Carolina Medical Marijuana Laws
We offer you instant access toÂ North Carolina’s Full Medical Marijuana Laws. Review all the state regulations for usage, prescription, possession, cultivation, sale and distribution compiled in one place. Youâ€™ll also see the criminal charges attached to unlawful possession. These laws are written in a format you can easily read and understand without formal legal training.
North Carolina Medical Marijuana Facts
We offer you detailed and accurate facts about medical marijuana in North Carolina, along with related topics. Take a look at our fact sheets to discover the vital information you should know about medical cannabis. We help you separate facts from myths so you can take full advantage of this plantâ€™s benefits when itâ€™s legalized in North Carolina.
Find Doctors Using Our Excellent Search Tool
To use medical marijuana, you must be properly examined and diagnosed as having one of the ailments that can be treated with cannabis. Thatâ€™s why weâ€™ve designed an efficient search system to help you locate a competent doctor in your community:
- Use Our Instant Doctors SearchÂ FeatureÂ â€“Â To locate a doctor in our network who is committed to helping you receive the full benefits of medical cannabis, use our North Carolina marijuana doctor directory when the legislation passes. Youâ€™ll be able to easily find doctors by using your zip code or through the city search feature.
- Examine Each Doctorâ€™s Profile & Read Patient ReviewsÂ â€“Â For each doctor in our network, we publish information about their working hours, service terms and fees, contact details and reviews written by other patients. These reviews will help you discover whether the care and service offered by a particular doctor will suit your taste and satisfy your needs.
- Book an Appointment ImmediatelyÂ â€“Â After browsing through a doctorâ€™s profile, you can book an appointment with the doctor instantly. Just click on the â€œRequest an Appointmentâ€ link, and youâ€™ll be taken through our short and efficient booking process.
Get Information on Marijuana Dispensaries
Currently, you can buy cannabis oil with very low THC from pharmacy stores, but no marijuana dispensaries have been licensed in North Carolina. However, as soon the use of medical marijuana is fully legalized, we will help you connect to local dispensaries where you can purchase the best strains and brands to treat various conditions.
Weâ€™ve helped thousands of people in other states where medical marijuana has been legalized to find top-rated dispensaries that offer excellent customer service. Youâ€™ll be able to:
- View Our List of Dispensaries in North CarolinaÂ â€“Â As soon as medical marijuana is fully legalized in the Tar Heel State, you should look at our directory of dispensaries to find a drug store that offers the best quality of cannabis with top-notch customer service. You can get information about their location, phone number and working hours. All the dispensaries we recommend to patients and caregivers are managed by experienced pharmacists who know the best strains and varieties of cannabis.
- Book an AppointmentÂ â€“Â Contact a dispensary if you have a prescription for medical cannabis. You can schedule an appointment through MarijuanaDoctors.com to save yourself time. Plus, itâ€™s more cost effective to contact a dispensary and get details about their prices, product availability and operating terms before you visit them in-person. You can also place an online order for pick-up at the dispensary.
For more information about North Carolina medical marijuana doctors and dispensaries, visit our doctors search page and dispensary directory.
North Carolina Qualification
Find outÂ Who Qualifies for Marijuana in North CarolinaÂ in our definitive guide of North Carolina’s qualification guidelines. Read up on medical conditions that are covered under North Carolina’s medical marijuana program, age restrictions, criminal conviction restrictions, and more.
North Carolina Medical Marijuana Laws
ReadÂ North Carolina’s Full Medical Marijuana LawsÂ to gain full specific knowledge of North Carolina’s exact legal guidelines without interpretation.
North Carolina Medical Marijuana Card
Find out how to obtain a(n)Â North Carolina Medical Marijuana CardÂ with our guide to North Carolina’s state medicinal marijuana ID program. Some states require that you obtain your card prior to obtaining your medicine, so read here first to ensure that you know North Carolina’s requirements.