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K Health | Telehealth & AI Symptom Checker

K Health | Telehealth & AI Symptom Checker

K Health

Data-drive, high quality health care from the comfort of home

4.4 Ratings 20K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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Ratings & Reviews

4.4
20.4K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    78%
  2. 4
    8%
  3. 3
    3%
  4. 2
    1%
  5. 1
    10%
  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Hope Chessel
    The symptoms tracker was a little clunky but once I got to chat with the doctor everything was smooth as silk. I'll be picking up my antibiotics shortly. I couldn't ask for a better experience!
    more
  • SAVED me A lot of TIME and MONEY Aug 11, 2020

    By Mysticalnightrose
    I was having a typical female problem. Symptoms of BV/yeast infection. I really didn’t want to pay for an OB/GYN to run their tests just to find out what I already knew it was. This app asks you a series of questions at first regarding your symptoms then it gives you a list of what it “could” be. Which is nice. But then it gives you an option to chat with a doctor. You don’t have to video chat which is convenient. Just some form of ID and a selfie just to confirm that it’s actually you their talking to. The doctor views your symptoms and asks you questions. Btw, I didn’t have to wait long to get connected to a doctor. She kindly sent a script for an antibiotic over to my pharmacy of choice. Since I tend to get a secondary infection from antibiotics, she sent over a script for that as well. This was legit and was very easy to use. I just wish it let you know when the doctor was typing, otherwise I kept guessing if we got disconnected. But we didn’t. I picked up my medicine that afternoon. Not sure how it would work for throat and sinus infections though. I tend to get those a lot too. But I thought I’d let everyone know my experience my first time around.
    more
  • Oct 17, 2020

    By Veronica Zanders
    this app truly saved my life I had an extremely bad kidney infection and lost my insurance due to the coronavirus and was unable to get to a doctor if it wasn't for the doctors on this app and the app existing I'd have been in the hospital with a bill I could never affordI am truly grateful for the creators of this app and the doctors that are on it thank you for saving my life😃🙏
    more
  • Good but to a point Oct 11, 2019

    By Harmanii love
    I feel like this app is good to let you know if you don’t have a life threatening illness or injury. The way the app the works is that you start by telling the app about a symptom that you have (for example, a headache). The app then asks yous series of questions to narrow down your potential illness or injury and information about that injury or illness that you have. The potential illnesses that the app gives tells you you might have are based on percentages of other people’s questionnaire. For example, if you initially put in “headache” as your first symptom. The app will ask you a series of other related questions , such as “how you had any vomiting?” or “where is the headache mostly focused?” The app then tells you a list of illnesses or injuries and the percentage each illness or injury. E.g. “80% of the people that had similar answers to yours had a migraine. 40% had something else.” Etc... However, I noticed that the app doesn’t delete your past survey/questionnaires so it will ask you how your doing after you brought up a symptom to the app. I’ve been getting scam calls for the past few weeks and I haven’t been answering them. But when I decided that I would answer one, a telemarketer confirmed my name and address and advertised me a product that had to do with a past symptom that I asked the app. I made the connection and then deleted my past symptoms from the app.
    more
  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Tim Hall
    I was diagnosed with severe depression, and KHealth does not offer medicine for severe depression. However, I really like the KHealth platform. The doctors were all courteous and willing to help, and the platform does a great job with handling telehealth. Keep it up. I have insurance, and KHealth is much less expensive than doing a tele health call through my insurance.
    more
  • Oct 19, 2020

    By Sara Schreffler
    Annoying to use. Would be nice if I could just enter symptoms and not have to navigate through the fake chat feature.
    more
  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Ee Kim
    hit and miss. It is good for getting your prescriptions is the only thing, if you dont have insurance. for the app itself, there is no consistency on the timing of chatting w a dr. sometimes itll take 1 hour to 4 hours. no one is waiting by their phones that long, we all have a life. and when we do have a dr connected, we get a notification that they responded...and even getting to that chat box takes forever to load! takes so long that the dr. leaves and you have to start the process all over.
    more
  • Oct 10, 2020

    By Alexander Corvin
    The website claims, "Get the medication you need without ever leaving home". Mine was a clear textbook case of a common infection, one I've had before and distinguishable from other possible infections. "Text with board-certified doctors who can diagnose and prescribe medication." My consultation with a doctor would have me leaving the house, get lab work done, just to have a doctor or hospital send K the results, which would take days. A waste of time and $.
    more
  • Save yourself from frustration Oct 22, 2019

    By luckyroni
    I wish I could give this app 0 stars. I have used other telecommute medical apps that are far better. The app seems fun and informative, but the questions it asks are highly annoying. You can only choose symptoms in their very limited list. That right there will definitely not give you a correct diagnosis. Both times I have spoken to a physician, they have requested photographs which it makes you take through the apps camera. There is no way to use flash to take say a photo of your own throat. Also both times I spoke with a doctor, I was told I needed to go in and see a doctor in person. Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of the app? Now that I have used the free trial and realized this app will not work for me and I definitely do not want to pay for it, it is basically impossible to cancel or even get in touch with a representative from the company. I have emailed and called their 800 number. Haven’t been able to get in contact with a single human being. Now they have charged me. Talk about frustration. Save yourself and don’t even waste your time with this app. Doctor on Demand is 100% better.
    more
  • Worst medical online doctors ever. Feb 29, 2020

    By parent rip off
    K Health is far the worst Medical online doctors ever. I tried them for the first time the other day. I had a sinus infection and I went through there whole process on the app. The doctor started asking me further information and I replied. Then out of no where he just stopped chatting with me, we were at the point where he was gonna send an antibiotic to the pharmacy for me. I called and tried chatting with the doctor. No response at all. Tried calling k health. They say they monitor the voice mail you leave for doctors 24/7. But they actually don’t! Finally with no response back after several messages left the day before I left two more messages and then finally they called me back. I demanded a refund from them for the $19. It’s suppose to be refunded but has not showed up in my bank account as of yet. I have used other online doctor services before that are so much better and way faster at getting the medicine called into the pharmacy you choose. I would stay away from this one. Use call on DR they are a little more expensive but way less hassle with way better results.
    more
  1. Welcome to K! The next generation in primary care, an app that uses AI to give you access to information about your symptoms
  2. 100% HIPAA compliant, keeping your information secure and out of the internet by remaining totally anonymous
  3. Uses real-world comparison cases to help give you peace of mind or sway your decision to see a doctor, then helps you find the doctor you want

Reviewed by Kaylin on November 13, 2018

  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Hope Chessel
    The symptoms tracker was a little clunky but once I got to chat with the doctor everything was smooth as silk. I'll be picking up my antibiotics shortly. I couldn't ask for a better experience!
    more
  • SAVED me A lot of TIME and MONEY Aug 11, 2020

    By Mysticalnightrose
    I was having a typical female problem. Symptoms of BV/yeast infection. I really didn’t want to pay for an OB/GYN to run their tests just to find out what I already knew it was. This app asks you a series of questions at first regarding your symptoms then it gives you a list of what it “could” be. Which is nice. But then it gives you an option to chat with a doctor. You don’t have to video chat which is convenient. Just some form of ID and a selfie just to confirm that it’s actually you their talking to. The doctor views your symptoms and asks you questions. Btw, I didn’t have to wait long to get connected to a doctor. She kindly sent a script for an antibiotic over to my pharmacy of choice. Since I tend to get a secondary infection from antibiotics, she sent over a script for that as well. This was legit and was very easy to use. I just wish it let you know when the doctor was typing, otherwise I kept guessing if we got disconnected. But we didn’t. I picked up my medicine that afternoon. Not sure how it would work for throat and sinus infections though. I tend to get those a lot too. But I thought I’d let everyone know my experience my first time around.
    more
  • Oct 17, 2020

    By Veronica Zanders
    this app truly saved my life I had an extremely bad kidney infection and lost my insurance due to the coronavirus and was unable to get to a doctor if it wasn't for the doctors on this app and the app existing I'd have been in the hospital with a bill I could never affordI am truly grateful for the creators of this app and the doctors that are on it thank you for saving my life😃🙏
    more
  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Tim Hall
    I was diagnosed with severe depression, and KHealth does not offer medicine for severe depression. However, I really like the KHealth platform. The doctors were all courteous and willing to help, and the platform does a great job with handling telehealth. Keep it up. I have insurance, and KHealth is much less expensive than doing a tele health call through my insurance.
    more
  • Great for people with anxiety Sep 4, 2019

    By OrderlyBubble6
    If you’re like me, you search on google when you feel anything different, and then google tells you something horrible, and it’s a constant spiral downhill to thinking you’re about to die. Well, this app does the exact opposite. This app will tell you the most realistic and likely possible thing you have. That means if you have chest pain, it will tell you that you probably just have anxiety. Now, if you do put in symptoms of an actual emergency, it will tell you that you need to go, which is great, but all the times I was worried about having something terrible, it just turned out to be nothing, or just anxiety. This app has really helped me when I’m worried about a pain or weird feeling in my body. It is also very helpful and very accurate when giving diagnosis about general stuff like colds, allergies, ear infections, and normal stuff like that. It will tell you the most likely, not the most terrifying like google. I definitely recommend this to anyone with health anxiety and also for anyone that doesn’t want to go to the doctor for something small.
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  • Great for people with no insurance, or limited options for treatment. Jul 29, 2020

    By K- Health #1
    The app was very automated and self-navigating which was good because I would’ve been confused on what to do. I don’t have medical insurance and rarely see a doctor and I just needed a prescription for an antibiotic and this app makes it easy to get one. I got the unlimited service for $27. Which seemed like a good deal. The app was really redundant at first when diagnosing the problem but just keep your symptoms basic and minimal you get through it fast. I had a problem when loading a picture, it wouldn’t stop loading so I had to manually click back to the text screen but the doctor was able to see it. K-Health also links you to a discount prescription app that saves you money at the pharmacy. In all I spent about $50 compared to hundreds oh dollars it would have cost me for a walk- in clinic, or ER visit with no insurance. So I was very impressed with the app. And will definitely be using it again.
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  • Really Nice Service, but a couple recommendations Jul 17, 2019

    By syoung3402
    Overall I’m pretty happy with this service/app but I’d definitely give it 5 stars if there were a couple improvements. When sending a notification that you have a message from a physician, if it’s actually a chat request/message, please call it a chat request or chat message so we don’t leave the physician hanging. Also, I was waiting and waiting and waiting in the “chat” when I got a notification of another message but there was no update “in” the chat at all. I ended up closing the app thinking the physician had left but when I checked on it later, there was in fact a new chat message. By the time I was responding, the chat closed and I had to reconnect with a physician again (still waiting) and I had to re-write my entire message all over again. It would be nice if we could “see” that someone is typing and real time chat updates
    more
  • Good but to a point Oct 11, 2019

    By Harmanii love
    I feel like this app is good to let you know if you don’t have a life threatening illness or injury. The way the app the works is that you start by telling the app about a symptom that you have (for example, a headache). The app then asks yous series of questions to narrow down your potential illness or injury and information about that injury or illness that you have. The potential illnesses that the app gives tells you you might have are based on percentages of other people’s questionnaire. For example, if you initially put in “headache” as your first symptom. The app will ask you a series of other related questions , such as “how you had any vomiting?” or “where is the headache mostly focused?” The app then tells you a list of illnesses or injuries and the percentage each illness or injury. E.g. “80% of the people that had similar answers to yours had a migraine. 40% had something else.” Etc... However, I noticed that the app doesn’t delete your past survey/questionnaires so it will ask you how your doing after you brought up a symptom to the app. I’ve been getting scam calls for the past few weeks and I haven’t been answering them. But when I decided that I would answer one, a telemarketer confirmed my name and address and advertised me a product that had to do with a past symptom that I asked the app. I made the connection and then deleted my past symptoms from the app.
    more
  • Oct 19, 2020

    By Sara Schreffler
    Annoying to use. Would be nice if I could just enter symptoms and not have to navigate through the fake chat feature.
    more
  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Rebecca Henry
    Bit confusing, app not stable, lengthy process to get what is needed. Plus side is I did get what I needed.
    more
  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Ee Kim
    hit and miss. It is good for getting your prescriptions is the only thing, if you dont have insurance. for the app itself, there is no consistency on the timing of chatting w a dr. sometimes itll take 1 hour to 4 hours. no one is waiting by their phones that long, we all have a life. and when we do have a dr connected, we get a notification that they responded...and even getting to that chat box takes forever to load! takes so long that the dr. leaves and you have to start the process all over.
    more
  • Oct 10, 2020

    By Alexander Corvin
    The website claims, "Get the medication you need without ever leaving home". Mine was a clear textbook case of a common infection, one I've had before and distinguishable from other possible infections. "Text with board-certified doctors who can diagnose and prescribe medication." My consultation with a doctor would have me leaving the house, get lab work done, just to have a doctor or hospital send K the results, which would take days. A waste of time and $.
    more
  • Save yourself from frustration Oct 22, 2019

    By luckyroni
    I wish I could give this app 0 stars. I have used other telecommute medical apps that are far better. The app seems fun and informative, but the questions it asks are highly annoying. You can only choose symptoms in their very limited list. That right there will definitely not give you a correct diagnosis. Both times I have spoken to a physician, they have requested photographs which it makes you take through the apps camera. There is no way to use flash to take say a photo of your own throat. Also both times I spoke with a doctor, I was told I needed to go in and see a doctor in person. Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of the app? Now that I have used the free trial and realized this app will not work for me and I definitely do not want to pay for it, it is basically impossible to cancel or even get in touch with a representative from the company. I have emailed and called their 800 number. Haven’t been able to get in contact with a single human being. Now they have charged me. Talk about frustration. Save yourself and don’t even waste your time with this app. Doctor on Demand is 100% better.
    more
  • Worst medical online doctors ever. Feb 29, 2020

    By parent rip off
    K Health is far the worst Medical online doctors ever. I tried them for the first time the other day. I had a sinus infection and I went through there whole process on the app. The doctor started asking me further information and I replied. Then out of no where he just stopped chatting with me, we were at the point where he was gonna send an antibiotic to the pharmacy for me. I called and tried chatting with the doctor. No response at all. Tried calling k health. They say they monitor the voice mail you leave for doctors 24/7. But they actually don’t! Finally with no response back after several messages left the day before I left two more messages and then finally they called me back. I demanded a refund from them for the $19. It’s suppose to be refunded but has not showed up in my bank account as of yet. I have used other online doctor services before that are so much better and way faster at getting the medicine called into the pharmacy you choose. I would stay away from this one. Use call on DR they are a little more expensive but way less hassle with way better results.
    more
  • Oct 5, 2020

    By Celestia Andromedus
    This could have been good if a doctor actually got back to me in a timely manner. It was about 8:30p.m when I pulled up this app. I do t have insurance at the moment and was pretty desperate. I paid the fee, it put me in the waiting room. I waited by my phone for over an hour. Finally at almost 10p.m I decided to go to bed because I had work the next day. I woke up the next morning to see a doctor responding at 10:50 p.m. I would really like my money back.
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