Maybe you don’t have to drive to the emergency room –— or even schedule the visit with a pediatrician. A new service will bring the doctor to your house, any time.
Well, it’s not actually a house call: MDLIve will put the doctor onscreen for a two-way video call.
The service is for non-emergency medical issues, when your primary care physician is not available, and charges $49 for a doctor visit. It says it has “the largest telehealth network in the U.S.” and can even prescribe medications which are “sent instantly to your pharmacy of choice.”
And hey, want to talk it out? That’ll be $79 for a one-hour therapy session. They’re on-call as well.