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New plan and better value for 24/7 virtual urgent care

Two new payment plans from eMD Access provide the best value for year-round access to ARC’s 24/7 telemedicine service.

With the new 365 plans, individual subscribers and families can subscribe to eMD Access for a one-time, annual fee of $100 for individuals and $200 for families. For those who want a full year of 24/7 access to on-demand telemedicine visits with ARC family doctors and pediatricians, these new plans cost less than the current monthly plans.

“This is an affordable option, allowing individuals and families to benefit from easy-access to our on-demand, virtual-care service without monthly billing,” said Jacob Childers, MD, Medical Director of eMD Access.

eMD Access provides on-demand virtual urgent care by local ARC doctors. Patients do not need an appointment to access 24/7 messaging, phone calls, or video chats with a doctor. eMD Access currently provides telemedicine care to 40,000 people in the Central Texas region, though subscriptions, health plans, and employee benefit plans

Three subscription plans to fit your budget:

  • BEST VALUE 365 plan at $100 for individuals and $200 for families
  • Monthly plan at $9.95 for individuals and $19.95 for families
  • 72-hour access for $40

eMD Access subscribers have on-demand,24/7/365 access to trusted ARC doctors. Find out more at emdaccess.com.

What’s next? eMD Access will introduce enhanced pharmacy services next month and launch a new name and new look in October to honor ARC’s Founding CEO Dr. Norman Chenven.  

Tags: eMD Access, telemedicine

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