MMJ Delivery Companies Offer Teleconferencing With Doctors

A pair of medical cannabis delivery services in California have both this week revealed that they’re now offering teleconferencing with physicians for potential patients looking to save time by skipping a trip to the doctor’s office.

Both San Francisco-based Eaze and Los Angeles-based SpeedWeed announced over the past few days that they’re adding “telemedicine” appointments to their list of offerings to customers, according to Forbes.

Eaze is doing so via a smartphone app called EazeMD, which is available on both Android and for iPhones. SpeedWeed is doing the same, Forbes reported, with a service called HelloMD.

“Now patients can connect with physicians anytime, anywhere, from the palm of their hand – and have their medication delivered to them almost immediately,” Eaze CEO Keith McCarty said in a press release.

Both of the companies believe the new service will help set them apart in an increasingly competitive market that is oversaturated with delivery services. There are roughly 400 MMJ delivery companies in the Los Angeles area alone, SpeedWeed founder AJ Gentile estimated to Forbes.