American Well releases first-ever Telehealth Mobile SDK

In a press release this morning, American Well announced its release of the first-ever Telehealth Mobile SDK, enabling any organization to plug telehealth into its customer applications.

BOSTON (Feb. 25, 2016) – American Well®, a leading, national telehealth services provider and creator of Amwell for online doctor visits, today unveiled the first-ever mobile Telehealth Software Development Kit (SDK). With the Telehealth Mobile SDK, virtually any health brand – including hospitals, insurers, retailers or medical publishers – can add online doctor visits into their native mobile apps, making on-demand care a part of their owned consumer experience.

"The SDK is a game changer for how consumers will access online healthcare in the future," said Dr. Roy Schoenberg, CEO and co-founder, American Well. "For the first time, any company with a consumer-facing health application can embed online doctor visits into that app – making telehealth an integral part of their own brand experience. Not only does this build brand loyalty with consumers by offering a compelling service, it makes online healthcare easier to access than ever before."

Added Dr. Schoenberg, "We believe one day every consumer will use telehealth with their doctor, and the SDK is our guarantee that future is imminent." Click here to continue >>

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