Feel better, faster. Get started

Why Our Prices are so Low

By K Health
March 30, 2021

We’ve created efficient ways to bring the cost of healthcare way down and make quality care accessible to everyone. This includes standardizing pricing so you don’t need to stress over unknown insurance costs, and using technology and AI to speed and smarten up the process of seeing a doctor. We’ve also built a free symptom checker that compares your symptoms to millions like you to give you an idea of what’s wrong.

We charge $19 per visit with a doctor or nurse, or as low as $9 /month for a membership, which includes unlimited visits and follow-ups for you and any children over 3. Unless you’re prescribed a prescription, you pay nothing else. We also offer specialized care plans for conditions like erectile dysfunction, anxiety and depression.

Standardized pricing

Our prices are less than other telemedicine and in-person providers. That’s because we charge straightforward fees, regardless of your condition or treatment, or if you have insurance or not. This lowers the amount of people involved, in turn lowering the costs associated with billing, calculating, and negotiating prices. 

You also avoid the costs most insurance plans charge for primary care visits, such as copays, hidden fees, and high deductibles. 

Smart technology

K Health’s cutting-edge technology helps your care team focus more on diagnosing and treating you—and less on triage, scheduling, and in-take paperwork. 

Our AI-powered symptom checker asks you questions about your symptoms and, in seconds, compares them to the anonymous medical records of others with similar cases.  

When you start a chat with a K Health-affiliated doctor or nurse, they immediately see your prior responses to help diagnose you in minutes and guide you on the next best steps.

Remote visits

K Health is used remotely, either on your computer or smartphone, which helps save on costs typically associated with going to the doctor’s office. This includes gas, parking, childcare, and time off work. 

K Health articles are all written and reviewed by MDs, PhDs, NPs, or PharmDs and are for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute and should not be relied on for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment.