Doxy.me- The simple, free and secure telemedicine solution™
Doxy.me (“doc see me”) is a beautifully simple and easy way for clinicians to meet with patients remotely. Clinicians simply share their personalized room URL (e.g. doxy.me/DrWelch) with a patient to start a meeting. The URL is all that is required for the patient- no registration, no login, no downloads (on the web version). A customizable waiting room welcomes and engages the patient until the clinician is ready. Doxy.me also has a patient queue and chat capabilities to help clinician manage several patients simultaneously, when necessary. With an encrypted P2P connection and a signed BAA available, clinicians can have confidence they are compliant with HIPAA regulations. Best yet, Doxy.me is free to use for healthcare- unlimited minutes, sessions, and patients. This mobile version now allows meeting participants to use a smartphone or tablet for a Doxy.me call.
- Simple, easy interface
- HIPAA compliant secure video and audio calls
- No registration or login needed for patients
- Customizable waiting room
- Works on low bandwidth
- Instant messaging
- Patient queue
Thanks for using doxy.me telemedicine! To make our app better for you, we bring updates to the App Store as often as possible. You can update the app automatically (without checking back here) by going to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads and turning on Updates.
Every update of our doxy.me app includes improvements for user experience and reliability.
Questions or feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Ratings and Reviews
Love this App!!!
One reviewer said that the phone had to be up right at all times because if you hold the phone vertically it doesn’t switch views. That is true, however if you get a phone stand you don’t have to hold the phone for a full hour and you can charge it when in use. I use this app as a provider and I keep my phone charging all day long as I use it.
I couldn’t work without this app. Thank you so much for developing it.
I like the Ap. It’s easy to use for both the doc and the patient. The video is not as sharp as non-hipaa aps like FaceTime, but I can live with that. What I don’t like is that when using the ap, you have to keep the phone vertical. When you turn the phone horizontally, the picture does not rotate. This is a problem when using earbuds, bc it forces you hold the phone the whole time bc the earphone jack is on the bottom of the phone.
As a patient, there is no way to retrieve a record of a doctor visit or consultation. Because my doctor doesn't "remember" interfacing over the app, I have no way to prove that we did in fact talk face to face. He gets to charge me a "no show" fee. Granted, most doctors aren't crooks, but some are sloppy with their records and conduct shady business. This app gives NO assurance to patients.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.