Create Your Own Practice
Your telehealth practice, your way. Brand your services on Amwell, our healthcare marketplace for patients. It’s free for independent providers to sign up and see patients.Sign Up Now Create My Free Account
Set your services, schedule and fee for cash-pay visits.
We’re here for you around the clock by phone or email.
We just deduct a small credit card transaction fee per visit.
Our physicians use telehealth in their own ways – hear their stories.
Hear from family physician Dr. Mia Finkelston on why she chose telehealth and what it’s like to practice – from sign-up through seeing patients.
Patients come in through our Amwell patient platform seeking care. On Amwell, they can browse services by specialty or practice name and will only see services from providers licensed in their state. Through our health plan and employer partnerships, as well as our own direct-to-consumer marketing efforts, we have a robust patient base you can offer services to.Hide Answer
You determine how much you get paid when you set your visit fee and appointment availability for cash-pay visits. We collect payment from the patient and deposit your earnings into your specified bank account, net of transaction fees, on a weekly basis.Hide Answer
You set your own schedule on Amwell. We only require that you make yourself available for two appointments per week. Practices that do not make any appointments available will be removed from the platform until appointments are added.Hide Answer
As an independent provider offering services through American Well, you will need to carry your own malpractice coverage. Many policies today can include telemedicine, so a good place to start is to reach out to your current carrier to determine if live video consults are covered.Hide Answer
Your private practice is your own branded medical practice on Amwell. You determine the services you want to offer and how much you will charge. With a private practice, you provide your own malpractice and all visits are cash pay.
With Online Care Group, you’re joining a medical group. You still determine your own schedule, but you are paid a specified rate on a per-visit basis (this varies by specialty). You’ll have malpractice insurance coverage through the Online Care Group, get additional training and support, as well as the potential to earn additional state licensure at no cost to you.Hide Answer