What is telehealth?
Telehealth is connecting with a doctor through an audio only or live-video and audio call. Using telehealth, a doctor can assess you, give you a treatment plan that fits your needs, recommend you for COVID-19 testing if applicable, or prescribe a medication.
Got health questions? Call your doctor or nurseline for medical advice. Got general COVID-19 questions? Call CO HELP 303-389-1687.
Have a doctor?
Talk about your symptoms with your doctor or nurse advisor and ask about telehealth options so you can stay at home. If you have insurance, Telehealth & nurselines directory. A telehealth visit can be done with a phone call, using Facetime, Skype, Google video chats, or other telehealth services or apps.
If you don’t have a doctor, check out what telehealth options your insurance company offers.
No doctor or health insurance?
Feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or in crisis?
Here are a few teletherapy or telepsychiatry options provided by the Office of eHealth Innovation.
Please note that the state doesn’t exclusively endorse, fund, or contract with these telehealth apps and telehealth companies.