GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Priority Health is expanding its free telehealth care to all of its members in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The insurer will extend its $0 co-pay telehealth benefit across its various plans through April 30, according to Priority Health today.
Members will have for virtual access to medical professionals for non-emergency care at no additional cost.
The move includes nearly 1 million members across Priority's commercial, individual, Medicaid and Medicare plans.
Priority Health encourages its members to use telehealth to "mitigate further spread of the illness and to avoid overwhelming Michigan health care facilities."
“In times of crisis we have a responsibility not only to our members, but to the larger communities we serve," said Joan Budden, president and CEO of Priority Health.
Priority Health's telehealth is available to members through its iOS and Android mobile apps, as well as online.