Patients using the Amwell app on iOS 8 devices will be able to share health data from Apple's new Health app with a doctor during their video visit.
The company offers a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform that gives consumers direct access to their choice of U.S. board-certified clinicians.
Additionally, 63% of consumers believe that live video visits are more likely to yield an accurate diagnosis than phone or email alone.
The built-in software facilitates immediate live video visits between the requesting clinician and the remote provider, to assist in patient care.
During the two-year-long pilot, health care providers will assess and treat patients with select health conditions using video visits.
The program recognizes U.S. healthcare entities that provide real-time, online consultations directly to the patient that meet specific standards.
Using JeffConnect, patients are currently able to schedule follow-up virtual visits in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Otolaryngology and Urology.
The new solution, AW8, brings a number of new features to the mix, while also enabling individual physicians to bring telehealth into their daily practice.
Teva is committed to attaining a significant presence in the rapidly growing electronic medicine field, so that it can expand its solutions beyond medication.
American Well accuses its rival of deploying an online telehealth platform that allegedly mirrors what Boston-based American Well deploys.