Hims & Hers Health Inc (NYSE: HIMS) made an official announcement of its expansion plans. In addition to the mental health services, the company will provide individual online therapy as part of its scale-up operations. As a result, patients can access online psychiatry help and take advantage of support group sessions provided under the gambit of new individualized therapy. Additionally, patients can take advantage of the online services for a pocket-friendly cost. According to reports, individual online therapy is available at $99 per session.
Here’s what the Hims & Hers Health Inc will offer as part of the services
The online psychiatry services will give the individual patient access to healthcare providers capable of prescribing medications. Drugs will be prescribed for depression, anxiety, and stress, among others, on a case-to-case basis. As part of the service, the patient who wishes to use the services will be connected to a licensed therapist over a video call. The medical professional, after a thorough analysis, will suggest a mental wellness routine for the patient.
“In business, we talk a lot about supply and demand, but until I started working in the healthcare industry I had never seen those two concepts so critically out of balance,” commented Andrew Dudum, co-founder and CEO of Hims & Hers.
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