Specialist panel

Access specialty care via eConsults

We help PCPs make patient-first referral decisions through clinical consultations with a national panel of top specialists.

specialists practicing at an academic institution

have fellowship training

are based in the US

specialty expertise in over

average of

of practice

>50% of cases returned in under

  • Quality Control
  • Use Your Specialists

Making patient first decisions with AristaMD's contracted specialist panel is simple and transparent. We always provide information on your consulting provider, including education, training and certifications. Want to use your own network? No problem. We can add them to our contracted panel to answer your eConsults.

We manage scheduling, payment, and quality control

Easy to join, with training run by the AristaMD team

All specialists have to pass strict background checks, credentialing, and they undergo in-depth training on eConsult best practices.

As part of our quality assurance program, PCPs evaluate their experience after each eConsult and are always welcome to contact our team with any feedback. Additionally, AristaMD’s clinical team holds weekly meetings to review eConsult cases.

Your specialists are welcome to answer eConsults as part of the AristaMD panel. We manage scheduling, payment, and quality control. It’s easy to join, with training run by the AristaMD team.

We’re actively recruiting

  • Join a reputable network of certified specialists
  • Earn extra cash
  • Provide care to patients in need
  • Support the safety net

The Arista MD platform is seamless and very easy to use for the consultant. It is very rewarding to be able to help out primary care providers who have little access to subspecialty consultations locally.” Panelist, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

“Working across the AristaMD platform has been very rewarding. It helps me see the broad types of concerns that exist in primary care settings and allows me to consult on cases well as help educate other provides around best practices from my own specialty.” Panelist, Psychiatry