Introducing Sesame Virtual Appointments

Create your own virtual appointment offerings on Sesame. Join the virtual appointment platform where doctors are in control.

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The easiest way to make direct-pay work for you

Pick your services, set your prices
With Sesame, you choose what you offer and what it costs. We’re here to help if you need a hand.

Direct-pay = direct-billing
Cut out insurance and administrative headaches with Sesame’s direct-pay process.

Get paid weekly
Once an appointment is scheduled, Sesame will pay you by direct deposit each week.

You’re in control of your practice

Set your own schedule
Offer appointments when it’s convenient for you.

Enjoy the ease of direct-pay
Experience hassle-free direct-pay billing in your practice (using your telemedicine technology or ours).

Choose your service offerings
Unlike other platforms, you are in total control of the kinds of services patients can book on Sesame.

Start in 5 minutes or less

Create your profile
Add your location, services and payout information.
Choose your tech
Sesame can provide you with virtual tools or integrate with your existing system.
Start seeing patients ASAP
Virtual appointments on Sesame are intuitive and easy to use for both patients and providers.
Have questions?
Frequently asked questions

What are virtual appointments?

Virtual appointments are medical visits that take place over face-to-face video.

What types of services can I offer virtually?

It is up to the provider to decide if they can provide treatment for a specific service through virtual appointments.

What is the virtual appointment experience like for patients?

After a patient books, they will receive an email with a link to join the virtual appointment. They will also be able to access this link in another reminder email they receive 30 minutes prior to the appointment start time, as well as within their account.

Are virtual appointments through Sesame HIPAA compliant?

Yes, Sesame’s virtual appointment technology is HIPAA compliant.

I already use a telemedicine platform. Can I use that with Sesame?

If your practice already utilizes a telemedicine platform, you're welcome to list virtual services on Sesame today. Contact us at to get started.

What if I don’t have a camera?

When a patient books an appointment, they will also include a telephone number where they can be reached if there are any issues connecting through video cameras. Please note that it is preferred for a provider to conduct a virtual appointment over a face-to-face video, but we understand this can be a limitation. For providers who don’t have access to a camera, we ask that you clarify this in your service listing to set proper expectations with patients.

Can I stop doing virtual appointments after COVID-19 if I am no longer interested to do so?

Yes, you can switch your appointment offerings to in-person only at any time.

Will it be clear the appointment is virtual to the patient?

Yes, the service listing will be clear the appointment is virtual prior to the patient booking the appointment. Communications leading up to the appointment time will also reiterate the appointment is virtual.

What should I do if the patient needs lab work?

National lab chains will still accept standard lab orders via fax or online portal. Patients can confirm with the lab regarding scheduling for in-person collection. COVID-19 lab orders are generally not being collected at Quest and LabCorp locations.

How much will it cost me to offer virtual appointments through Sesame?

There is no cost to you for offering virtual appointments through Sesame. You will receive 100% of the price you set, minus the cost of credit card processing and electronic funds transfer (3.49% maximum), for a total of at least 96.51% of your set price. See the terms of service for more information.

Can I offer virtual appointments if my medical malpractice doesn’t cover it?

Your medical license allows you to practice via telemedicine in any state where you are licensed, but Sesame does not take responsibility for the specifics of your malpractice insurance. Please confirm with your carrier if you are concerned.

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