LiveHealthOnline, a mobile app and website that provides consumers with a convenient way to have live video visits with doctors for non-emergency health
conditions announced today that it is making access to live doctor visits available free for the people of Texas and Louisiana who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Anyone in Texas or Louisiana who downloads the mobile app and registers will be able to access a free online visit by going to “LiveHealth Online Help for Harvey.” The free visit offer will be available through October 31, 2017.

“Thousands of Americans have been stranded, displaced or otherwise unable to get care during this difficult time and our team stands ready to support anyone who cannot get to a doctor when they need it,” said John Jesser, President of LiveHealth Online. “Our hope is that by providing access to high quality care for non-emergency conditions we can help hurricane victims take care of their health right now and in the weeks to come.”

Video doctor visits via LiveHealth Online are an easy and convenient way to get quality medical care for common health conditions like a cough, cold, cuts, bruises, sprains or strains and other non-emergency issues. Prescriptions and/or prescription refills can be provided by board-certified doctors if needed. For more information visit

About LiveHealth® Online
LiveHealth® Online is a leading telehealth tool providing consumers with convenient access to U.S.-based board-certified doctors and licensed therapists via live video chat on their smartphone, tablet or computer with a webcam. Healthcare providers using LiveHealth® Online can diagnose, treat and write a prescription. Since its launch in 2013, hundreds of thousands of consumers have signed up for and had video visits using LiveHealth Online with registrations and usage growing daily. LiveHealth® Online is the trade name of Health Management Corporation, a subsidiary of Anthem, Inc. For more information, visit

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