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Client First Inc. of South Carolina

Helping our clients with all their individual and group insurance needs since 1985 in Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Little River, Surfside Beach, Conway, Garden City, Pawleys Island, Georgetown and Beyond.

Client First, Inc. is a locally owned and operated brokerage firm that meets the needs of its clients with services such as group and individual health insurance, life insurance, short-term major medical, short and long term disability, supplemental/voluntary products, health savings accounts, employee benefits, and other insurance services.

As we represent numerous insurance carriers, we are sure to have the right insurance for you. No one insurance is right for everyone, therefore at Client First, Inc. we make sure we always represent a wide array of carriers that fit our clients. We look to match you with the right carrier for your needs, while trying to stay in your network and your budget.

We are dedicated to our clients both before and after a sale. With a full-time sales, claims, and customer service staff we pride ourselves in helping our clients with any questions or difficulties they may encounter in a quick, efficient, and satisfactory manner. Our staff undergoes regular training and development to better meet the needs of our clients.

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BLUE CAREONDEMAND

Our clients in South Carolina who are insured through BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina or BlueChoice HealthPlan now have access to Blue CareOnDemand, a telemedicine service that is included with your health plan.

With Blue CareOnDemand, you can consult with a doctor using a smartphone, tablet or computer rather than visiting an office or urgent care facility.

Members can choose U.S. board-certified doctors for consultations or diagnoses — even prescriptions (when available and appropriate). It’s an affordable and convenient way to see a doctor via video using a mobile device or the Web, 24/7/365.

HOW TO USE BLUE CAREONDEMAND
There are two ways for members to sign up for Blue CareOnDemand:
  1. Download the “Blue CareOnDemand” mobile app from App Store  or Google Play.
  2. Visit  www.BlueCareOnDemandSC.com.

Once registered, you can log in to the mobile app or website as needed and consult with doctors through video visits.

WHAT TYPES OF CONDITIONS CAN BLUE CAREONDEMAND DOCTORS TREAT?

Blue CareOnDemand doctors can treat many of the most common health issues without you having to visit an office at all. These include cold or flu symptoms, sinus or ear infections, pinkeye, etc.

Obviously, telemedicine is not a replacement for primary care doctors. But it’s a great way to get a consultation or treatment outside office hours or when you’re traveling or unable to get an appointment with your doctor soon enough.

HOW MUCH DOES BLUE CAREONDEMAND COST?

The cost for a consultation through Blue CareOnDemand is the same as your copay for an office visit. If you have a high deductible plan (with no copay), the cost is $59 and is applied to your deductible. So if you have a $20 copay, the service is $20. If you have a $0 copay, the service is $0.

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