Telemedicine has become a new reality, especially in the context of a pandemic. Sometimes you have some minor health issues and all you need is just a short consultation with a doctor or a prescription for a medication. Video sessions, online therapy, and doctors on-demand are perfect solutions since they can save your and your doctor's time. In this article, we gathered the top 5 online medical apps to deal with your health issues online.
Doctor On Demand
Video consultations with licensed specialists
Doctor on Demand is one of the best telemedicine apps that provide medical care both on-demand and by appointment. Thanks to the service, you can get a video consultation with a licensed specialist about your health issues, whether it’s the flu, allergies, headaches, any chronic conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, and so on. You can also receive help for your mental health and get a consultation with a therapist or psychiatrist. The app accepts all major health insurances including Aetna, Cigna, Humana, and United Healthcare.
Maven is an app specially designed for women to get the women’s healthcare “digital clinic” right at their doorstep. It is a perfect solution for women who live far from a clinic or just don’t have time to physically go there. The licensed specialists of Maven take care of general women’s health issues, sex problems, fertility, nutrition, pregnancy, postpartum, lactation concerns as well as pediatric health care. The pricing starts from $18 for a short 10-minutes nurse/midwife practitioner up to $70 for a therapy session or $90 for a consultation with a psychiatric nurse practitioner. The app is also available in various languages which makes it practical for non-English speaking women.
Supported by most insurance companies
Teladoc is a quick and convenient solution for minor health issues and some small injuries. You can choose the doctor and make a video call or even just a phone call depending on your state. The app works with many major insurance companies. No worries if you are not insured: the service fee is slightly below the market level – the flat cost for an appointment is $75. Another advantage of the app is that if you need a basic prescription, the doctor can write you one if he finds it appropriate. This way you don’t have to spend much time and money queueing in the doctor’s office.
Take care of your mental health
In difficult times it’s crucial to take care of your mental health. That’s why you might be interested in the Talkspace app that provides counseling sessions for different issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, childhood abuse, eating disorders, OCD, trauma & grief, LGBTQIA+, parenting, and relationships, and more. The system gathered more than 2000 licensed therapists and psychiatrists who perform individual or couple sessions as well as counseling for teenagers. The interesting feature is that the therapy can be conducted not only via video calls but also by text and audio messaging. The service can be covered by your employee health insurance plan.
Urgent help, psychiatry, pediatrics, and more
Amwell is the most full-fledged app for telemedicine. With it, you can choose a doctor or a provider, get urgent help, or start therapy. The good news is that they accept insurance from more than 40 popular providers and it can cover almost all the costs. Amwell covers a wide range of health issues, such as urgent help, pediatrics, psychiatry, counseling, women’s healthcare, breastfeeding support, and so on.
You may also be interested in reading this article on these mental health apps to manage anxiety.
- Online medical applications
- Top money earning apps 2022: real, without investment > Guide
- Orion Stars > Download
- Xbox friend online notification: app, not working > Guide
- Create a Soundcloud account: online, download app, register > Guide
- Shazam on computer: how to use it > Guide
- Best vaccine passport apps: Health Pass, Common Pass, etc
- Top nutrition apps of 2022: free, weight loss, for diabetics
- How to reduce eyestrain: risks and tips
- The best mental health apps of 2022: free, therapy, support
- Apps against abuse and violence
- How to turn on the handwashing feature on Apple Watch?
- How to work from home effectively?
- Top apps to boost your productivity and concentration
- Best apps to connect with nature
- The best fitness apps for working out at home
- Brain training apps: free, for adults
- Apps for meditation: free, for anxiety, for better sleep
- NHS COVID 19 app: download, online, close contact
- Who to call if you have Coronavirus symptoms: UK, US
- Top relaxing websites to relieve stress
- Coronavirus and the fake apps that steal your data
- Pregnancy apps: for moms, for dads, for twins