A built-in iSight in an iMac or MacBook Pro/Air might be all you need for an 'okay' videoconference with your doctor. However, a MacOS friendly external webcam like a C922 Stream Pro webcam or the long popular C920 can be far more versatile in placement and positioning and of higher image quality, particularly if you have had a medical condition or procedure that requires visually showing your eDoctor it's status.
As long as your Mac is fairly recent, we recommend a 1080p HD web camera from a reputable manufacturer like Logitech to assure a sharp, accurate image for your eDoc healthcare video tele session. Lower resolution 720p webcams aren't as detailed. 4K webcams like the Ultra-HD 4K Logitech Brio is overkill and the recently released Logitech 1080p StreamCam is kind of pricey for telemedicine conferencing over the internet.
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The Mac compatible Huddly Go supports the UVC 1.1 - USB Video Class device specification so it 'just works' with more modern versions of Mac OSX 10.X+ right out of the box. Additional features are unlocked by the optional app .You can download the MacOS version of HuddlyGo's webcam app here. Oh, and it includes a standard tripod mounting hole for camera positioning with a variety of floor, desktop, or gooseneck camera tripods. Do note the Huddly Go doesn't include a built-in microphone, but any number of Mac friendly USB desktop speakerphones or conferencing mics are ideal.