Also, Blue Shield of California provides Teladoc's virtual care service for free to most of its members in response to COVID-19.
It is touted the first nutrition service to combine specialized care with personalization, included within a comprehensive virtual care environment.
The fellowship formalizes a training and education program to advance the field of telehealth by creating a specialized curriculum.
The service enables them to provide expats and travelers with a single solution for convenient access to quality care, regardless of geographic location.
Acquisition gives Teladoc an international footprint and significantly expands breadth of healthcare solutions.
New telemedicine bill paves the way for pro-telemedicine legislation across the State.
The telehealth company has reported quarterly revenues of $42.9 million, representing 60% year-over-year growth.
Called JeffConnect, Jefferson's telehealth program encompasses outpatient care, transitions in care and inpatient care.
Already available to several shared clients, the integrated solution helps drive utilization of telehealth services through personal navigation support.
The company's 2016 revenues have hit $123.2 million for a growth of 59%; almost a third of all visits were in the fourth quarter.