What You Should Know:
– Boost Mobile, which serves millions of underinsured and uninsured customers, today announced it will become the first wireless provider to offer free telehealth services to its subscribers and their families by partnering with K Health.
– Launching in early summer, new subscribers to Boost Mobile’s Unlimited Plus plan (and their immediate families) will receive immediate access to healthcare and doctors, via K Health, straight from their Boost Mobile phone.
– K Health will be available for free to new Unlimited Plus subscribers, and for a discounted service fee of $7.99 per month for other Boost Mobile service plans. Boost Mobile customers will be able to take advantage of K Health’s data-driven primary care system with over four million users on its platform. Boost Mobile users can sign up at boostmobile.com/health to be first in line for the official launch early this summer.
– This new partnership will deliver free access to remote health care services for Boost Mobile customers and their immediate families. Specifically, this will include the opportunity to chat with a doctor directly from a mobile phone; use K Health’s AI-powered symptom checker to understand what is wrong and decide what to do next; and get treatment, including medications prescribed. K Health treats hundreds of adults and pediatric conditions remotely, and also offers personalized treatment plans, such as for anxiety and depression.