You touched on the fact that some people in certain locations might not have access to a regular MD. I practised emergency medicine for 20 years, and that was a challenge we sometimes had. We'd see someone in the emergency department who was injured, and we'd write down what was going on, but there would have to be some ongoing medical care and ongoing evaluation.
Let's say the patient didn't have a family doctor. They sometimes would write us letters, repeatedly, saying, “He doesn't have a family doctor, so can you assess his return to work?” We'd say, “Well, we don't do that in the emergency department.”
What kinds of delays do you have? In terms of what you can provide, how timely is the regular medical care and follow-up that someone needs? You said that you have some means of plugging in people in these cases.