Thanks to the Analyte Health integration, physicians in the Teladoc network can easily order lab tests when they need to confirm diagnoses.
The company is still deciding whether it's going to be cardiovascular disease or diabetes; this service may not be entirely an in-house production of Teladoc.
The company's membership base increased 42% compared to the same quarter last year and is now sitting at 15.1 million users.
Fourth quarter revenues of $23M represent a Y-o-Y increase of 75%; meanwhile the number of visits increased 67% to 184,000 in the quarter.
Teladoc's on-demand health care services will be available to residents of Louisiana via smartphone, mobile app and/or secure online video.
American Well says it has the most downloaded telehealth app, while Teladoc claims it is larger than all three of its next biggest competitors combined.
With telehealth offering, Meridian expects to enhance convenient and affordable access to non-emergent care within its catchment area.
The company is the first telehealth provider to reach that milestone; using video chat, it helps resolve common, non-emergency issues.
The company is testing different telehealth opportunities, including making telehealth physician care accessible through its digital properties.
Southern New Jersey's largest health system will launch its telemedicine offering is planned in fall 2015, following technical implementation and training.