Work-life balance was the most popular reason physicians cited for seeing patients over video, followed by increased earning opportunity.
The service will allow patients to search for physicians who are able to provide immediate online consultations or in-office visits on short notice.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, customers will be able to use a computer, tablet or smartphone - to log on for telehealth appointments any time of day.
The company is testing different telehealth opportunities, including making telehealth physician care accessible through its digital properties.
The telehealth service reins in cost to employers, offers convenience for workers and helps get them back to work faster.
Powered by American Well, the Connect Care will allow users to virtually visit with Intermountain clinicians through interactive video from wherever they are.
Beginning January 1st, the company will be serving 25 million Blue members across 26 states who will be able to access it on their phones, computers and kiosks.
Called VirtualHealth Now, the service will provide patients with a more convenient way to access primary urgent care services after hours and on weekends.
Amwell enables doctors to integrate telehealth into their current practice workflow and reach their patients outside normal office hours and location.
American Well says it has the most downloaded telehealth app, while Teladoc claims it is larger than all three of its next biggest competitors combined.