Accessibility: overview

Here's what is doing to make telemedicine accessible to everyone

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Written by Bryan Zitzman
Updated over a week ago

At, our belief is that everyone should have access to telemedicine regardless of technological needs. We are working continuously to improve's accessibility. We have consulted with accessibility experts and devised a plan for achieving full ADA compliance. This work will take some time but we are committed to getting there. Here are some of the recent and upcoming accessibility improvements.

Recent improvements

  • Patient check-in process is now smoother for patients with disabilities to navigate and understand current position on page with audible indications via screen-reader support

  • Fixed some components and buttons on the dashboard and in the check-in process that had previously not been tab-focusable

Upcoming improvements 

  • Improve patient check-in to be easier for screen-reader navigation 

  • Implement better support for screen-reading software

  • Continue expanding language support 

Thank you for your patience as we worked towards our ultimate goal. We will keep you updated in our progress.

In the meantime, here are several options available for improving accessibility on

If you have any questions, please contact our support team.

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