Drug store chain Walgreens in December 2014 started experimenting with offering consumers real-time telehealth consultations with a physician using their Android or Apple mobile phones. Now, the company will expand the service considerably during 2015.
Walgreens, teamed with the MDLIVE network of board-certified physicians across the nation, started the program in California and Michigan. Now, it is expanding to offer the service in Colorado, Illinois and Washington, and has plans to be in 25 states by year-end.
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