Launching in November, On4Today is made for residents of assisted living facilities, to keep them connected with family, friends, and care providers.
The company is looking to differentiate its offering by building long-lasting relationships with patients, rather than provide them with one-off services.
Several users searching the web for symptoms of illness have seen a new link appearing at the top to invite them to talk to a real doctor.
The telehome category will grow from $6.5 billion in 2013 to nearly $24 billion in 2019, increasing its share of the market from 40% in 2013 to 55% by 2019.
eCareCoordinator and eCareCompanion are the first clinical applications to be available through the cloud-based digital health platform.
More than $2.3 million went to the Evidence-Based Tele-Emergency Network Program and another $600,000 to the Telehealth Resource Centers.
Each virtual visit costs $40, and the majority of this money goes to the physician, according to Spruce Health's CEO Ray Bradford.
Under the new rules, all patients have to do is provide verbal or written consent to being treated through telehealth at an initial meeting with their provider.
Originally, the company was incubated within Orange SA, France's leading telecom and technology company, and launched independently in 2013.
Existing investors include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), Cardinal Partners, HLM Venture Partners, Trident Capital, and New Capital Partners.