Med Q&A’s goal is to provide access to healthcare for people who can’t afford health insurance. This is especially crucial in the United States, where it can be difficult to get reliable information without possessing a low-deductible health insurance policy. Therefore, most people need as many options as possible.
Networks, such as the ones Med Q&A provides, work best when there is a large community. Every patient’s contribution adds insight and knowledge to the Patient Video Library, which benefits everybody. When you answer the questions (for which, you know the answers) in Med Q&A.com's Patient Video Library, your effort maximizes the potential of being able to help those who don’t have access to healthcare (because they don't possess low-deductible health insurance policies).
I'm not a doctor, so I won’t pretend to be. The best that I can do is, talk to and learn, not only from physicians, but also, from other patients who have hands-on experience with the same health problems that I face today.
You can't argue with facts; for me, the best way to connect with another person is via video. When I watch a video in the Patient Video Library, it’s easy to connect emotionally with someone else and minimizes potential misunderstandings, especially when compared with reading or writing some anonymous post on the Internet. This is especially true when I’m suffering with pain or brain fog, and have a harder time expressing that which concerns me.
Med Q&A is a supportive community, which is full of people who understand my daily struggles. The fact is, each and every question we answer (in the Patient Video Library) helps put the pieces together to a medical puzzle, which can only be solved when each member of our medical community takes a moment to answer a question in the Med Q&A.com Patient Video Library.