In a Nutshell
- For those that are uninsured.
- Inexpensive fee for doctor’s visits
- Get prescriptions and referrals
- Only available in CA, FL, MI, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA & TX
- As in ER not guaranteed the same doctor every time
Antidote Health at a Glance
How Does Antidote Health Work?
Antidote, formerly known as Med & Beyond, makes it easy to set up a virtual doctor’s visit using the platform’s mobile app for iOS and Android (there is no desktop platform). Just go to the app and click ‘Appointments’ to set up a new appointment. You’ll then need to answer a medical chatbot questionnaire 2-3 min. Once the questionnaire is finished, you can choose an appointment time right away or at a time that is convenient for you.
Antidote doctors are available 24/7/365. All appointments are by video chat unlimited by time, typically only take a few minutes. Antidote offers follow-up appointments, but you are not guaranteed to get the same doctor (although your records are reviewed by the new doctor before your appointment). If you need to reschedule your appointment for any reason, you can do so easily through the app at no extra charge. If DR. sends you to the Emergency Room half of the visit cost refunded.
What Does Antidote Health Treat?
Antidote offers acute and primary care for a wide range of illnesses and conditions. Doctors on Antidote can issue prescriptions for most medications.
Some common conditions that Antidote treats include:
- Flu-like symptoms
- Cough & cold
- Itchy or sore throat
- Earaches and infections
- Stomach problems
- Muscle sprains & strains
- Sexual health
- Yeast infections & urinary tract infections
- Skin conditions & rashes
Note that Antidote does not provide urgent or emergency care. If you need immediate medical attention, go to your local hospital or urgent care facility.
How Much Does Antidote Health Cost?
Antidote has three different pricing packages to choose from. A one-time doctor’s visit and prescription refill costs $49. For a limited time, they're offering a discount with code REFILL19 that lowers the cost of the first prescription to $19.
Antidote also offers monthly individual plans starting at $29 per month allowing you to see a doctor as much as you need and for $6 more you are able to get prescription medications added to your plan.
Family plans are also available allowing all members in your household (including children) to see the doctor as many times a month as needed starting at $49 and for $10 more you can get medications for your entire family included.
Does Antidote Health Take Insurance?
Antidote does not accept insurance or work with any insurance companies. You may be eligible for reimbursement, but you will need to work with your health insurance provider on your own. Notably, you can sign up for Antidote even if you don’t have health insurance.
What Do People Say About Antidote Health?
Antidote doesn’t offer any testimonials from past or current users. The company’s mobile app has a single 5-star rating in the Apple App Store, but no other reviews or comments.
Antidote Health FAQs
Does Antidote prescribe medicine?
Yes, Antidote doctors can issue prescriptions for a wide variety of medications. You can also get prescription refills through Antidote, although this requires a paid doctor’s visit.
Can Antidote give me a doctor's note?
Yes, Antidote physicians can issue you a doctor’s note at their discretion.
Do I need a subscription for Antidote?
You do not a subscription to get a virtual doctor’s visit, but plans start at just $29 for individuals and go up $59 to include the entire family plus medications.
What hours does Antidote have appointments available?
Antidote has appointments available 24/7/365.
Antidote makes it easy to see a primary care physician from the comfort of your own home. The platform provides an inexpensive service that allows you to schedule a video chat with a licensed physician at any time—24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
You can schedule an appointment for a wide range of common illnesses, including infections, rashes, and skin conditions. Plus, Antidote physicians can issue prescriptions and referrals for lab tests as needed.
Overall, Antidote is an economical and easy-to-use service if you need to see a doctor on occasion. It’s especially good if you don’t have health insurance or your insurance doesn’t cover primary care visits.