Just another telehealth provider? We don’t think so.

We’re different from other telehealh providers for 3 reasons. Here goes:

Difference 1 – great value care: our visit fee is only $15. we can provide great care for $15 because our doctors use technology to help us care for patients in a much more efficient way. By answering our health questions you provide our doctors with all the information they need to make a decision as to whether it’s appropriate to take responsibility for your care by giving you a prescription. This means our doctors can spend the time to provide you with great care and great service rather than spending the time to ask you health questions. We pass these time savings on to you in the form of lower cost. 

Difference 2 – ultra standardized care: each service we offer is meticulously thought-through using the latest evidence-based research and guidelines. And because of the way our doctors use technology we apply these guidelines rigorously. We only make a clinical decision when you’ve given us all the information we need, which is why if we need to ask you any follow-up questions we’ll either send you a message through the app or telephone you. Because we always get the right information and apply strict guidelines, we provide very standardized care. This is important to us because it’s not enough to lower the cost of care. We also need to improve the quality of care, and standardized care is great care. 

Difference 3 – long term conditions: our first 3 services are birth control pills, treatment for uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women, and treatment for men who have what’s called ‘male pattern baldness’. We’re proud of these 3 services because we provide fantastic care. We’re even more excited about the new services we’re going to launch. It’s Americans with long term conditions who need the most help. And sadly Americans with low incomes suffer disproportionally from long term conditions such as asthma and high blood pressure and depression. Long term conditions are the key driver of healthcare costs for Americans, and if that’s where the challenge is and that’s where Americans need help, then that’s where we’re heading.