Condition Management

Altos Health specializes in chronic and acute condition management and is prepared to help patients navigate their clinical journey. 

Chronic and Acute Conditions

Patients with chronic conditions typically require multiple visits each year. These patients often have regimented treatment plans that require frequent adjustments and consistent monitoring by a provider familiar with their condition. For patients with chronic conditions, telehealth follow-ups often involve treatment adjustments, the monitoring of side effects and lab results reviews.

Acute conditions often involve a sudden onset of an injury or illness. Most acute conditions are resolved through treatments and therapies, but the extent of a patient's treatment will depend on the severity of their disease. Many acute conditions can be properly diagnosed and treated through a telehealth visit but may require an in-person visit.

Booking an Appointment

Prior to or during the appointment, our providers will have access to your medical history, lab, and other test results through the use of secure technology. After an appointment is scheduled, our team will send a confirmation email with connection instructions and appointment details.

Common Conditions Managed Through Our Telehealth Services

Chronic conditions:

  • Type 2 diabetes 
  • Hypertension 
  • Migraines 
  • COPD 
  • Asthma 
  • Weight loss 
  • Chronic renal disease 
  • Osteoporosis 
  • Sleep disorders and sleep apnea 
  • Cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease
  • Long term COVID-19 symptoms
  • Thyroid disorders 
  • Postmenopausal syndrome 
  • Arthritis  
  • Heartburn and food sensitivity 
  • Irritable bowel syndrome 

Acute conditions managed:

  • Urinary tract and pelvic infections 
  • Uncomplicated sprains and fractures 
  • Fertility testing 
  • Sexually transmitted disease testing 
  • Acute respiratory conditions 
  • Rashes and mole checks 
  • Acute musculoskeletal conditions

For information on how your appointment will be managed and advice on how to prepare for a telehealth consultation, please refer to our Primary Care page.

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