The service, called LiveHealth Online, provides users with convenient access to doctors, therapists and psychiatrists from the comfort of their home.
The fellowship formalizes a training and education program to advance the field of telehealth by creating a specialized curriculum.
The proposal would provide MA plans with more flexibility, while also allowing them to provide telehealth benefits to enrollees both in urban and rural areas.
The service also helps users determine whether they actually need a doctor or not; it costs $12.5 per chat.
The service enables them to provide expats and travelers with a single solution for convenient access to quality care, regardless of geographic location.
Under the five-year deal, the trio will develop new telehealth applications and use cases, improve healthcare quality and access for patients across the U.S.
Most patients, about eight out of 10 consumers, are still largely unaware of how to access telehealth or whether their insurer will cover it.
Hospitals can use the toolkit to assess opportunities relating to their needs as well as to analyze documentation, legal and reimbursement practicalities.
The partnership aims to enable a more complete telehealth solution focused on the unique needs of the complex, chronic, co-morbid patient population.
And another 31% say it is not offered, according to the recent HealthMine Survey results.