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Take Care of Yourself, Amwell to the Rescue

This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Amwell. All opinions are my own.




I just discovered a new service called Amwell that is amazing and will help busy working women take better care of themselves. Busy women will be sure to get their spouses and the children to doctor’s appointments whenever they are needed. At the same time they often put off going to the doctor’s office themselves. Amwell is a service that lets you see and talk to a real doctor online to get medical help. It is a amazing service.

Yes, you are busy, but you can still talk with a doctor and get the help you need to stay healthy.

Recently I discovered an amazing service that allows you to see and speak with a doctor over the internet from the comfort or your own home. The service is called Amwell. The name itself is great and makes you feel that you will get good results. After all, how can you not like a service named “Am well!” The whole process is really rather simple. You go to the Amwell website and click the green “Sign Up” button in the upper right corner. Once you click the sign up button the process is rather simple. One of the things I like d was that you were asked all the same questions you are asked to fill out on the forms when you go to the doctor’s office in person. do. As part of the sign in process, I was asked to provide my insurance information so that the insurance company could be billed for the visit. For people who did not have insurance, the fee for the visit was a mere $49.00 which was great for a doctor’s visit! I was even asked to select a local pharmacist in case I needed a prescription to be filled.



Years ago, when I first started selecting my doctors, I had a big paper manual from the insurance company that listed the names, addresses and phone numbers for various specialties. I picked doctors based on what was closest to home and work. I never saw the doctors before walking into their offices for the first time. With the Amwell site, I was able to select from more than 6 doctors who were pictured on the site. There was even one doctor pictured who was not available at the moment, but I was able to wait in the “Waiting Room” for her. This was so incredible to me. There was a video plugin that I had to install on the computer so the doctor and I could see and speak to each other. The download and install took mere minutes to do.

The Amwell site was designed with modern technology in mind. I say this because not only can you use the Amwell service on your computer or laptop. You can also use it on your tablet device. WHen I checked out th site on my Android tablet, I was prompted to get the app from the app store. This flexibility shows that the people behind Amwelll are creating a service with clients and their technology in mind.

After the install, the screen told me that the doctor would be available to talk with me in just a few moments after she read my chart. It was really quite exciting. When the doctor came on the screen she was quite personal and had great video side manner. It was obvious that she had read the medical history I provided. She listened attentively as I explained why I was calling and what matter concerned me. She talked with me, asked some questions and gave me her advice on how to handle my concern. All in all, using Amwell to seek medical care it was a rather pleasant experience. I would definitely use the service again and recommend it to others.

Here is a video to give you another look at Amwell and the great service it provides.


The great folks at Amwell have given me a special coupon code that will allow you to get your first visit for FREE. Just go to the Amwell site and use the code “CARENOW13 .” That is absolutely amazing! Now that you have read my experience and seen the video and have a coupon for a free visit, what types of medical questions would you like to discuss with an Amwell doctor?

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