• Transportation to medical appointments is often a problem, particularly for infirm and older patients or those who are ill.
• There are often times long waits in physician offices.
• Transportation can be difficult if not inconvenient.
• Patients often need to contact their a local physician team in the event they have health problems occur while they are out of town, traveling, etc.
• Telehealth treatment removes a lot of these obstacles by allowing patients to consult with doctors and fill prescriptions over the Internet or by mobile        phone.
• In Michigan, this type of healthcare service was recognized by statute enabling patients to access their Michigan medical specialists from their own living room or while they are out of town.
• This trend is sweeping the country via the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact that is considered a new component of future medical treatment.


A person eighteen (18) years or older who is of sound mind may make a will. If a person dies without a will they are considered to have died intestate in which case there are special guidelines on the distribution of the deceased’s estate according to state law.