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Register With Teladoc — You May Win an iPad

by on September 28, 2016
Teladoc connects you anytime, anywhere via phone, web or mobile app to a national network of board-certified doctors.

Haven’t tried Teladoc® yet? Here’s a great opportunity — AEP medical plan participants who register and complete their medical history with Teladoc before December 31 will be entered into a drawing to win an Apple iPad.

Between October 1 and December 31, AEP medical plan participants and their covered dependents can talk to a Teladoc physician for just $10, which represents a 75 percent discount off the normal consultation fee of $40.

NOTE: Only employees and under-65 retirees are eligible to participate in the drawing.

What is Teladoc?

Teladoc connects you anytime, anywhere via phone, web or mobile app to a national network of board-certified doctors who average 15 years’ experience. Within minutes, a doctor will call you back ready to listen and resolve your issue. If medically necessary, a prescription will be sent to your pharmacy of choice. Note: Teladoc consultations are not permitted in Arkansas.

Some examples of minor health conditions Teladoc physicians can treat include: sinus problems, bronchitis, allergies, poison ivy, cold and flu symptoms, urinary tract infection, respiratory infection, and more. Unfortunately, they cannot provide flu shots.

Why Teladoc?

Convenience! You don’t have to leave your home or office to connect with Teladoc physicians, who can diagnose and prescribe treatment for many minor health conditions. The service is especially convenient for night time, weekend, travel and holiday situations.

To register or request a consultation:

Go to Teladoc.com/AEP; 1-800-TELADOC (835-2362), or text “Get Started” to 469-844-4546. Also, mobile apps for both iPhone and Android are available; visit the app store to download. Corporate iPhone users can go to Apps @ Work, then go to AEP Benefits to install or update the Teladoc app.

Great news — if you have already completed Teladoc registration and medical history, you are automatically entered in the drawing for the iPad.

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