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05/17/2010 09:09 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Featured Doer: Dr. Jay Parkinson

It was like something off "The Jetsons": the iPhone-carrying doctor whom you can reach online, pay through PayPal and can follow up on email, instant messaging and video chat. But Parkinson's virtual office was real, run out of his Brooklyn apartment in 2007 and ushering in a new era in how doctors treat their patients in the 21st century. No surprise, then, that Fast Company dubbed him "The Doctor of the Future." His virtual doctor's office led to Hello Health. Via partnership with Myca, a software company specializing in health care, Hello Health is like a Facebook for doctors and patients.

He is one of 15 candidates for a video interview in our HuffPost Spotlight Series, presented by HP. The top five question-getters will be interviewed using your questions.

Question submissions for the Spotlight Series are now closed. Thank you for your questions and stay tuned for our interviews with the top five question-getters!