Sign up for telemedicine; Download app and get FAQ

Posted Jul. 10, 2019 by

Now you can bring the doctor to you, thanks to a union-negotiated telemedicine agreement. Not only does the new telehealth benefit allow OCSEA members to use a smartphone, tablet, or computer for minor medical office visits, it also cuts office co-pays in HALF. The agreement between the state and OCSEA went into effect on July 1. Get an FAQ, sign up instructions, video tutorials and more HERE.

The telehealth service is administered through LiveHealth Online. Registration is required but only takes a few minutes to sign up. Visit or download the LiveHealth Online app from the Apple Store or Google Play.

Using LiveHealth Online, you can visit with board-certified doctors, licensed therapists, lactation consultants, registered dieticians and more. Talk to a doctor 24/7 in minutes instead of making a trip to urgent care or when your personal doctor is unavailable. Common ailments include colds and cough, fever, flu, pink eye, sinus infections, allergies, urinary tract infections, skin rashes and so much more.