Here's a fascinating take on routine telemedecine. For about the same price as Netflix, you've got someone you can contact if you've got a quick question about a medical problem. The real-time video conferencing is a nice feature. I was talking to a doctor friend the other day about a patient of his. She told him that she had a rash, but it went away before she could get an appointment. He said there wasn't much he could do without seeing the rash, at which point she pulled out her iPhone and showed him a photo of the rash that was good enough for him to make a preliminary diagnosis. Now imaging having Skype-type access to medical advice when you need it. I'll be curious to hear what other doctors think about this development.