This week League unveiled Health Concierge, a virtual care solution that provides members with a new way to manage their health, integrated with the company’s existing group benefits solution.
The service provides League members with access to registered nurses via chat, directing them to the right health resource for their needs, through their mobile device. All members have free access to Health Concierge, which is now in beta through the League app.
“Disruption in the group-benefits space is all about experience,” says Michael Serbinis, cofounder of League. “League’s subscription now brings you an integrated Health Concierge, a trusted resource at the touch of a button.”
The company has teamed up with Dialogue, a Canadian virtual care platform, as its first resource partner in Ontario and British Columbia.
“Part of the complexity of this sector is the fragmented view consumers have between their benefits and the wider range of health care services,” explains Lori Casselman, Chief Health Officer at League. “Our shared vision for a more integrated model made Dialogue the right first partner to help deliver access to quality care for our members.”
“We are excited to provide more Canadians better health care with instant access to an extensive care team, video consultations, full care navigation, prescription handling and their personal health record,” said Cherif Habib, cofounder of Dialogue. “This is a big step towards combining dedicated providers with leading-edge technology for consumers.”