Cost-effective, time-efficient care—anytime, anywhere

If employees need care for a medical issue that's not life threatening, but can't wait for their doctor's office to schedule an appointment, virtual care may be a great option.

Employees receive access to care wherever they are (think: home, office, car or hotel room), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Virtual care usually costs less than other forms of receiving care. The best part? Employees just need Internet access and an Internet-ready device. They may have access to virtual care solutions through their doctor's office.

How to schedule virtual care

Employees can contact their doctor's office to see if they offer virtual care or access virtual care options in their member account.

Do your employees live outside Michigan?

If they’re a Priority Health member who lives outside Michigan, they can still use MDLIVE for virtual care.

Save money through decreased ER visits.

$649

is the average amount members save when they use virtual care instead of the ER.