CVS rolls out MinuteClinic Video Visits in Delaware

CVS Health's MinuteClinic launched a new virtual healthcare service in Delaware.

The telehealth offering, MinuteClinic Video Visits, allows patients with minor illnesses and injuries to access care anytime they need it via a mobile device. Patients will complete a questionnaire and then be connected to a provider who will conduct the video visit. The provider will determine a course of treatment for the patient or recommend in-person treatment. The provider will also submit any necessary prescriptions to a pharmacy.

CVS is working with Teladoc to launch the telehealth offering. Patients can use the service through the CVS Pharmacy app.

Delaware is the 16th state in which CVS has launched the telehealth service. It is anticipated to be available across the country by the end of 2018.

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