This post was sponsored by Doctor On Demand as part of a Blog Blast Activation for Influence Central
It’s allergy season and it’s going to be a bad one here in Kansas City because we basically had no winter. That means things are blooming early and the pollen count is already high and it’s only April. I probably need to change my allergy meds or add a new one, but I don’t have time to go to the doctor (and I really don’t want to. We spend enough time at doctors as it is). That’s why I think Doctor On Demand is so cool. You can see a doctor quickly from the convenience of your home.
Doctor On Demand provides video visits with board-certified physicians and psychiatrists, and doctorate-level psychologists via smartphones, tablets, and computers. All you have to do is download the app or visit the site, provide a list of your symptoms (mine are runny nose and watery eyes) and you get a video visit. It’s pretty fast too with the average wait time of 3 minutes (that would never happen in a doctor’s office). The physicians treat conditions like allergies and asthma, skin conditions and they can even provide prescription refills.
The average visit on Doctor On Demand is around $40 and they take most major insurance plans. You can get all the details on what’s covered when you register so there are no hidden costs. It’s cost effective, simple and convenient.
Right now, you can get $10 off your first Doctor On Demand visit with the code REVIEW10.
So, what are you waiting for? Allergies aren’t going to get any better as the season goes on. In fact, I checked it out online and tomorrow’s going to be terrible here in KC because mulberry, ash and oak are blooming. If you’re itchy and scratchy like me, you’ll want to check out Doctor On Demand on Facebook and Twitter. Then download the app to get started!
How have your allergies been so far this season?