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what is the main difference in going to a panel doctor that has e processing?

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Old 07-16-2013, 08:55 PM
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what is the main difference in going to a panel doctor that has e processing?

Hey there,

How will it change the processing of my application if I am only able to go to a panel doctor WITHOUT e-processing? Of the ones listed on DIAC, the only ones close to me are without e processing.

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I would have originally said the time it takes your results to be sent to DIAC, but my e-health panel doc took three weeks to send them, so I'm not sure it makes that much difference! With non-e-health providers (ie paper providers) you sometimes will have the ability to front load medicals, whereas with e-health providers you don't as they need your HAP ID in order to put you into the system. That (and possibly a few extra days time to get it from them to DIAC via post) would be the only difference I'd expect (and maybe not even the latter).

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