South Florida Business Journal — April 7, 2013

The computer screen on Randy Parker’s desk glows with brain scan images and rows of medical data. In the upper left-hand corner, a doctor appears, ready to explain the scans and care options to a patient.

Videoconferencing with a doctor, once reserved for astronauts on space missions, cruise ship passengers or other unusual circumstances, is coming of age. And Parker’s company, Sunrise-based MDLIVE, is capitalizing on the newfound emphasis on cheaper, faster access to doctors prompted by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare.

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