Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Amwell. All opinions are my own.
So we are all busy mom’s, right? With the what seems like a thousand boo-boo’s in my house on a daily basis or routine well visits I feel like I live at my kids pediatrician’s office. The last thing I want to do when I get sick is go in to my doctor.
First – bringing all three kids with me to my doctor is a very unpleasant event if I can not get a babysitter. Mom’s you hear me!
Second – who has the time? I don’t! When I am sick I need to feel better now, not when my doctor can fit me in. Every second is crucial here, I have seen what has happened to my house and kids when I got the flu last year and let’s just say it was not pretty!
Amwell online medical care to the rescue!
Amwell is an online medical care option where the doctor comes to you. You can talk to a US Board Certified physician from your computer, tablet or even on your phone. No more waiting for an appointment, waiting in the waiting room. It’s fast and confidential.
After you enroll with your basic info you can then choose from many different doctors. You have the opportunity to view their background and ratings all right there.
Once you have chosen the doctor you like, you can see and speak with a doctor over live, high-quality video. The best part the online medical care group of doctors staff Amwell 24/7 in states where they are licensed. They can even write most prescriptions via online!
Let’s talk cost for a second because you guys know I love to save a buck. Some insurances so cover online medical care however if they don’t Amwell charges $49 for a 10 minute consultation. For me that is only slightly above my copay anyway – my time is way more important so it is a savings for me.
Okay of course I have a coupon code for you! When you use the code LOVEAMWELL30 you will save $30 off your consultation making it only $19 (that is actually less than my co-pay).
Last week my husband was out of town for work. When I told him about Amwell online medical care he was able to test it out. It saved him a trip to the ER since he was near any of his normal local doctors. It saved his business trip since he was in a pinch.
Have you ever used an online medical care service before? What did you think of the service?