The company offers a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform that gives consumers direct access to their choice of U.S. board-certified clinicians.
The entire market is set to nearly double in next 5 years thanks to the demand for high-quality healthcare and remote patient monitoring.
A video visit with psychologist costs $50 for a 25- and $95 for a 50-minute session; lactation consultant costs $40 for a 25- and $70 for a 50-minute session.
The platform will enable healthcare providers to use telemedicine to expand access to providers, quickly diagnose patients and improve their delivery of care.
Initially, the telehealth service is available to users in California and Michigan, with additional states and markets coming at a later date.
Maven will allow women to book an appointment with a healthcare practitioner, speak with her via video chat, and then easily pay for the session.
The company says its product is best used for follow-up appointments, test results, medication refills, after hours care and doctor-to-doctor communication.
The company, which started with a web-based service, is now going for the Android community, allowing them to talk with doctors from their phones and tablets.
The company offers a hyper-realistic video communication system that is set up inside a regular physician office to allow for doctor-patient communication.
The acquisition will enable MDLIVE to better address the growing demand for online therapy and make it more efficient for payers, health systems and employers.