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Telehealth—having a virtual doctor appointment over the phone or video chat— is becoming more and more common. It lets you visit with a doctor anytime: No traffic, waiting rooms or even changing out of your sweatpants.
When to use telehealth
For non-emergency care
Telehealth is a good option for when you need medical attention, but not ER or urgent care. It also can work well for therapy appointments. Learn more about telehealth for mental health treatment
When you're looking to save
Telehealth is cost-effective, too. Most doctors charge less for a telehealth visit than an in-person visit.
Care for over 50 common health conditions
Telehealth can provide treatment for many conditions affecting the mind and body. Here are some of the top ones:
- Mental health: Depression, anxiety and ADHD
- Flu, coughs and bronchitis
- Sinus infections
- Urinary tract infections (for women)
Member story: Tami
When Tami woke up with pink eye, she decided to use telehealth and talk to a doctor from her home. "I needed to take care of it right away, but didn't want to deal with the wait time at the ER—or an expensive bill." Within minutes, the doctor diagnosed Tami and sent a prescription right to her local pharmacy. Tami's bill for the appointment? Under $50.