In a Nutshell
- AI-based app for convenience and speed
- Affordable medical care on your phone
- Free diagnostic tool via app
- AI shouldn’t replace medical opinion
- May need to answer multiple questions
K-Health at a Glance
How Can I Get Treatment?: Text, phone, app
Urgent Care Fee: $19/$49 annual
Accepted Insurance: No insurance required
Medications Prescribed: Yes
Hour of Operation: 24/7
Follow up Consultations: Yes
How Does K-Health Work?
Move over Google. K-Health is really changing the way patients can check their symptoms and reach out to doctors. It eliminates the need to wait for appointment availability, trek down to the doctor's office, wait in line, and discuss your symptoms or condition with a doctor in person.
Using artificial intelligence, the K-Health app tailors the conversation you have with the system to fit your requirements, symptoms, and condition based on your input. Here's how it works:
Download the app; it's free.
Start typing your symptoms.
K-Health will ask you questions pertaining to your symptoms.
Input your answers to get further clarification.
K-Health will suggest common treatments for people with your symptoms. The suggestions will be based on several factors, including your symptoms, age, gender, biological traits, body mass, and more.
All of that is free. It’s pretty simple and very straightforward. Additionally, if K-Health thinks you need to speak directly to a doctor, it will connect you to a professional immediately. You can choose to continue or not. There are 2 payment options if you decide you want to speak directly to a doctor.
The reason K-Health works (and is more accurate than a standard Google symptom search) is because it works with a database of more than a billion data points in the health industry. This includes doctor's notes, lab results, treatments, prescriptions, and more. The goal is to empower people to find the most helpful and most accurate information and to avoid misinformation, a common result of Googling your symptoms.
What Does K-Health Treat?
K-Health works with more than 1 billion data points from medical professionals across the spectrum. What this means in plain English is that you can get information and assistance about any medical condition. Whether you’re suffering from psoriasis, pneumonia, or asthma, K-Health experts can help.
What's more, K-Health has an entire section dedicated to the coronavirus pandemic. This includes a listing of symptoms and guidance for stopping the spread of the disease. K-Health also has a symptom heat map that tracks reports of common coronavirus symptoms by county. You can find testing centers near you and read updates from doctors about the virus, as well.
K-Health is not appropriate for medical emergencies in which your life is in clear and present danger. In such situations, you are highly advised to contact 911 or go to an emergency room or urgent care unit immediately.
How Much Does K-Health Cost?
One of the biggest benefits of using K-Health is the cost. You can enter your symptoms, compare your condition, and get an artificial-intelligence generated diagnosis absolutely free. K-Health will also tell you which treatments, medications, and tests helped others with your symptoms recover successfully.
If you want to speak to a medical professional directly, K-Health charges a nominal fee of $19 for the doctor’s visit. That’s incredible because it’s less than the typical co-pay from your health insurance provider. Here’s what’s included in the $19 doctor’s visit from K-Health:
Text with a professional doctor within minutes of being requested.
Ask your doctor unlimited follow-up questions for 2 weeks after your appointment.
Get prescriptions and lab work as needed.
That’s an incredible plan, and the savings just can’t be beat. Actually, they can, because K-Health offers an annual plan that’s even more impressive. Here’s a look at the pricing plans and their differences:
$49 per year
For less than $50, you can have access to doctors whenever you want, ask as many questions as you need, get prescriptions, lab work, tests, and more. In our book, that is an incredible savings option.
Does K-Health Take Insurance?
The other benefit we absolutely love about working with K-Health is that it requires no health insurance to be used. You can use the free app without any coverage, of course. But even if you want to use the one-off service or subscribe to the full annual membership plan, you won't need a health insurance provider to proceed. Whether you have health insurance or don't, you'll still only pay $19 per visit or $49 for the year.
What Do People Say About K-Health?
“I was very skeptic about this app. I mean, who can replace a doctor's diagnosis? My immediate action whenever I feel something is even slightly wrong is to go to the doctor. This app actually saved me the trip - by entering my symptoms I was able to learn that I have something completely different from what I suspected. Now I'm going to try something else (humidifier, for example) before I go to the doctor so that way I know I've tried few things before coming to her (and I may not even need to go to her if it works). The app works with you thru leading questions to come up with an accurate diagnosis (as much as an app can do). Set up was easy. Navigating was intuitive. Extra bonus - it was actually fun too! Worth a try as a first step to diagnosis a situation.” Sushinyc
“Okay I’m VERY impressed. I was very skeptical at first and was like yeah right this is going to work but decided to try it out this morning. Just got back from urgent care and it was spot on. I kid you not. I told the doc what was going on my symptoms and she said you have gastritis which is exactly what this deal said I had. Well it said 92% gastritis. But still holy crap man. My hubby will be very happy I have this to use now that more accurate than webmd. He hates I go to webmd every time I’m sick. Anyways I know this app doesn’t take the place of a doc but it’s nice to know what I might have before going to see the doc to see if it’s serious enough to stay home or go. In This case go so I can get meds to help with the gastritis. Well done with this app!” Angme37
“So I wanna start off with the obvious disclaimer: this app isn’t a substitute to going to a doctor and such, and you shouldn’t use it to self-diagnose serious stuff yada yada. That said it is really handy and helped me out a lot when I felt like total crap in the middle of the night :p you go through a series of basic questions to figure out symptoms and get recommendations from there as well as logging your answers for fellow users. There’s also the option to chat with certified doctors through the app, which is especially neat and I can see helping a lot of people with getting things checked out they might have otherwise ignored.” Drawberryemmers
K-Health is the latest in medical advancement, putting legitimate, accurate, and useful information into the hands of patients everywhere. Using artificial intelligence, K-Health can accurately diagnose your symptoms and advise you on how to proceed. What’s more, for just $19 a visit, you can speak to a medical professional directly, ask questions, and get labs or tests that are required.