UPDATED BY
Rose Velazquez | Feb 28, 2024

Few things are more important than taking care of our health, but seeking out the support we need is easier said than done. For many, taking care of physical and emotional needs frequently takes a backseat to the competing priorities of a career, family and finances. Between the skyrocketing costs of healthcare and the increasingly overwhelming nature of our everyday lives, it’s no surprise that around 38 percent of Americans skipped out on doctor’s visits altogether during 2022. 

Telemedicine promises to help in this area. Telemedicine itself is a broad umbrella term encompassing companies that offer mindfulness exercises, workout guidance, video therapy, tracking tools for managing special conditions and much more. All can be carried out from the comfort of patient homes, often at a lower price than traditional hospital care. Lately, utilizing telemedicine has never been more necessary.

These telemedicine companies are helping transform how we seek care, removing barriers and encouraging personal wellness management for everyone. Take a look at how they’re helping us put our health first.

Top Telemedicine Companies

  • Doximity
  • GoodRx
  • Hims & Hers Health
  • Amwell
  • Sesame
  • Teladoc Health
  • MDLive
  • Talkspace
  • MeMD
  • PlushCare

 

39 Telemedicine Companies to Know

Location: Denver, Colorado

Patients use SonderMind to seek out in-network therapists and psychiatrists they can meet with in person or online. Mental health clinicians that work with SonderMind get access to insights, technology, career development opportunities and other tools to fuel their growth. SonderMind also offers enterprise solutions that enable companies to connect their employees with care and resources to support their mental health.

 

Location: Corona del Mar, California

Tebra has a variety of software solutions for medical practice management. Its offerings that enable telehealth appointments include online appointment scheduling, automated appointment reminders, secure messaging, virtual waiting rooms, digital intake forms and electronic prescription capabilities.

 

Location: Fully Remote

DoseSpot offers a cloud-based ePrescribing platform that’s used by more than 200,000 clinicians. Its technology gives telehealth and digital health companies, for example, the ability to electronically submit patients’ prescriptions directly to pharmacies without compromising on security or compliance.

 

Location: New York, New York

Zocdoc is a healthtech company that operates an online platform patients can use to find medical providers covered by their insurance plans and book in-person or virtual appointments. Its network covers primary care providers along with specialists like dermatologists, psychiatrists, optometrists, physical therapists and cardiologists. 

 

Location: Fully Remote

Alma focuses on making mental health care accessible and affordable. Patients can browse the company’s directory of therapists to see who accepts their insurance and schedule a virtual 15-minute consultation with their chosen provider so they can be sure they’ve selected the right person to meet their care needs.

 

Location: Seattle, Washington

Optimize Health runs a remote care platform that gives a “single pane of glass,” meaning one space where data is visually and operationally unified, for medical providers to remotely monitor and treat patients. The platform enables both chronic care management for illnesses like diabetes and heart conditions, and principal care management, which addresses health issues that need resolution, such as cancer or infection.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

Doximity has created a digital network that connects physicians, clinicians, medical professionals and patients, featuring video call, voice call, provider search, news and fax capabilities to streamline the healthcare process. The mobile app is used by over one million healthcare professionals across the United States, building stronger relationships between patients and their providers while unlocking efficiency across the healthcare spectrum.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

GoodRx is taking on the pharmaceutical industry and helping more Americans access necessary medications by providing them with both a mobile and a web interface for learning about medications and discovering opportunities to compare prices. Their mapping tool gives users the ability to discover the most affordable medication suppliers near them. The company additionally offers a number of educational videos and content to help patients better understand their prescription and budgeting options.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

hims & hers offers telemedicine services designed to eliminate barriers to care and encourage more people to pursue medical assistance. From allergies to hair loss, hims & hers delivers a broad variety of primary care products and supplements designed to help each patient individually manage their conditions and feel empowered to take control over their health.

 

Location: Boston, Massachusetts  

Amwell provides various solutions for the markets of health systems, health plans and nursing facilities, with some being its telemedicine products. The company provides a HIPAA-compliant platform for professionals and patients to connect virtually, as well as related hardware such as telemedicine carts and TytoCare devices.

 

Location: New York, New York

Sesame is a comprehensive virtual platform for patients looking to take care of their mental health, dental care, skin care, sexual health and other medical needs. The company connects its customers with doctors that can address issues like skin conditions, birth control needs and allergies.

 

Location: Fully Remote

Found is a weight-care telemedicine company that offers holistic weight-health support. Its subscription-based service package includes remote medical care, individualized health coaching and prescription medication, along with a content curriculum designed to guide clients into and through a weight loss journey.

 

Location: New York, New York

Mantra Health is a mental health clinic for young adults. Since 2019, university counseling centers have relied on Mantra Health to track student symptoms, promote collaboration for on-campus care teams and utilize reporting. Students can also access a patient portal for video appointments, 24/7 messaging, progress tracking and personalized treatment.

 

Location: New York, New York

Perry Health provides at-home diabetes care for patients in between doctor visits. The company uses proprietary technology and develops a care program, allowing patients to receive a care team of nurses, physicians, dietitians and accountability coaches to help track progress, obtain nutritional guidance and medication counseling. Perry Health also sends a meter and strips that send results directly to the care team. 

 

Location: New York, New York

Quartet Health aims to tackle the mental health crisis head on by connecting patients with psychiatric and therapeutic care on demand, removing barriers and stigmas to seeking assistance with mental health needs. Serving eight markets across the United States with more in the works, Quartet Health relies on advanced data science and patient input to connect users with the appropriate providers in their area to help them with their particular needs.

 

Location: New York, New York

Ro’s platform offers patients both telemedicine services and online pharmacy options in order to help them both learn about their health and pursue treatments for conditions they might have. Their three primary digital health clinics serve both men’s and women’s health, as well as providing support for those looking to quit smoking.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

Tonal helps their customers achieve their exercise goals regardless of their location or experience levels, providing a combination of video guidance from exercise professionals and home gym equipment to holistically support people in their fitness journeys. Their smart gym systems take stock of each user’s individual body type, capabilities and goals in order to help build workouts suited for their particular needs.

 

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Location: New York, New York

With almost 20 years of experience in the Telehealth industry, Teladoc boasts an extensive network of doctors and providers who are able to meet with patients in over 175 countries to address their medical needs over video. In addition to basic primary care needs, Teladoc’s specialists provide support for smoking cessation, dermatology and mental health concerns.

 

Location: Miramar, Florida  

MDLive allows patients to receive on-demand virtual care from various board-certified doctors and licensed therapists. The platform offers 24/7 urgent care, primary care, mental health and dermatology services, with select insurance coverage available. In addition, MDLive services can partner with businesses to act as health systems or integrate as part of existing health plans.

 

Location: New York, New York

Talkspaces platform provides over one million users across the country with online therapy and other related mental healthcare services. Their provider network of licensed therapists and mental health professionals can connect with patients at any location via text or video messaging, and the company’s assessment and subscription plans allow users to connect with the right therapists for them at a price they can afford.

 

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

MeMD’s goal is to help patients access healthcare on-demand, whether its for small medical concerns or for mental health needs. Its community of licensed healthcare professionals can connect with patients over video calls to help them get access to treatment quicker. MeMD’s providers offer medical care for $67 per visit, and therapy services for $85 per session.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

PlushCare offers its customers with virtual solutions for primary care concerns, and gives patients the ability to book same-day visits with in-network doctors. PlushCare’s web and mobile platforms also let patients refill prescriptions and find support for mental healthcare needs, and partners with a broad range of insurance companies.

 

Location: Seattle, Washington

98point6 connects patients with on-demand primary care from the comfort of their homes, providing text-based evaluation and recommendations from healthcare professionals for users across the United States. Their 24/7 remote support network removes roadblocks to accessing care, making it possible for patients to order medications, schedule treatments and receive diagnoses securely via their mobile devices.

 

Location: Fully Remote

Talkiatry provides in-network psychiatry and therapy at a national scale. Through the combination of technology and partnership, the company established a practice that supports individual needs presented by psychiatrists and insurers. Psychiatrists can choose how long a patient may need treatment, how many patients they’d like to see and more. Patients simply take an online assessment, and if approved, the patient is matched to a psychiatrist. Other healthcare providers can also refer patients to the company too.

 

Location: New York, New York

Noom seeks to help people achieve their physical health goals without contributing to the dieting industry, providing holistic health advice and guidance based on digital input and tailored to each user’s body type and health status. They deliver a combination of digital and professional guidance and care to customers across the globe, helping people achieve and maintain their ideal health goals rather than simply encouraging dieting and one-time solutions.

 

Location: Los Angeles, California

Headspace delivers mental health and wellness services to an international network of over 30 million patients, helping them develop the skills to manage anxiety, depression, sleep disorders and a variety of other conditions. Their mobile application provides a number of meditation and mindfulness exercises for various conditions or issues, as well as movement exercises and sleep tracking technologies to help reduce stress and improve overall mental health.

 

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Wellframe delivers a digital health management service suite to patients looking to expand their health journey, providing a data-powered platform for connecting with providers, understanding personal health stats and tailoring their care regimens. Wellframe’s mobile app makes it easy for patients to communicate with healthcare professionals, schedule reminders for medications and learn about different care options.

 

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Buoy Health leverages the expanded capabilities of artificial intelligence to help patients and their families make better, well informed choices about their healthcare and that of their loved ones. Their platform provides comprehensive information on a large variety of conditions, and supports patients on their health journeys by providing a holistic view into healthcare options and performing check-ins periodically.

 

Location: Fully Remote

Could psychedelics go mainstream? Mindbloom appears to be answering this question in the affirmative. The telemedicine platform makes home deliveries of low-dose ketamine lozenges to patients seeking treatment for depression and anxiety. But first, patients take an assessment to determine if they’re a fit, and from there, they book a video consultation with a psychiatric doctor. After they receive their prescription, patients meet virtually with professional guides to prepare for their treatment sessions.

 

Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota  

After answering a few questions, Virtuwell matches patients with board-certified nurse practitioners to receive diagnoses and treatment recommendations. Through the platform, secure communication and services are offered for specialties in women’s health, allergies, flu treatment and much more. Regardless of the visit purpose, each Virutwell appointment costs the same price and accepts insurance from more than 15 providers.

 

Location: Denver, Colorado

DispatchHealth connects patients across the country to healthcare services on demand from their homes, making it possible for them to request medical services online and have healthcare professionals sent to their homes to deliver care. Patients who can’t leave their homes to seek treatment can rely on DispatchHealth to receive urgent care, and the company’s services are covered by many of the leading health insurance companies including UnitedHealthcare, Humana, Anthem and AARP.

 

Location: San Francisco, California

Lemonaid Health is a telemedicine platform that makes it easier for users to access treatments to their specific conditions from the comfort of their homes. Users simply fill out an online questionnaire about their health history, which medical teams are then able to follow up on and deliver medicine within 2 to 3 business days. Lemonaid specializes in treating a variety of conditions, ranging from migraines to hypothyroidism and STDs. It offers a daily hotline service where users can receive answers to their most pressing questions.

 

Location: Austin, Texas

Chiron Health offers a powerful telemedicine platform that allows healthcare providers to see patients over HIPAA-compliant video. The company’s cloud-based software allows both patients and physicians to access video calls without downloading new software or needing to invest in new devices, making it possible for practitioners to treat more patients.

 

Location: Fully Remote 

To make healthcare more accessible and affordable, Wheel is pushing for the expansion of virtual care. The healthtech company helps organizations find approved personnel to maintain their reputation and meet their unique needs. Wheel also assists clinicians in finding their ideal roles and earning the appropriate credentials. With a substantial network of companies and trained individuals, Wheel has built a virtual care experience that instills confidence in each patient.  

 

Location: San Francisco, California

Honor is a tech-enabled platform for seniors to find homecare options and help their families keep better track of their loved one’s health. Its mobile app gives family members insight into the care their loved one receives, providing a centralized space for keeping track of care visits, caregiver notes and medication reminders. Honor also offers online training and development tools for aspiring caregivers who want to improve their skills and join the company’s team.

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Location: Los Angeles, California

Airvet uniquely supports pet owners by providing them with a telemedicine platform to make it easier for them to access veterinary expertise and care on demand. Airvet users can connect with licensed veterinarians 24/7, making it easier to manage emergencies, schedule in-person visits and review medication options.

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

NowPow aims to help underserved communities receive the healthcare they need, utilizing advanced geospatial data technology to assess what areas lack in healthcare services and then working to fill those gaps. Their mobile and web platforms make it possible for patients to receive care and advice remotely, helping those who live far from hospitals or other facilities access the attention they need.

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Curable Health is envisioning a digital model for tackling chronic pain, providing patients with both a mobile and web platform for achieving pain reduction and a healthier lifestyle. Their online exercises and tutorials help chronic pain patients manage their pain, helping them add pain response training and stressor relaxation to medications as a part of their care approach.

 

Location: Austin, Texas

Medici encourages communication between patients and doctors through their mobile messaging app, making it possible for users to stay in touch with their providers regardless of their location or schedule. Their platform is compliant with all HIPAA regulations, so it’s capable of performing online billing, video chatting, and prescriptions.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the biggest telemedicine company?

Teladoc Health is one of the biggest telemedicine companies by revenue, earning over $2.4 billion in 2022.

Are telemedicine and telehealth the same thing?

No — Telemedicine refers to providing patients with medical and clinical services online. Telehealth can include telemedicine, but also includes non-clinical services delivered online like healthcare professional training, administrative meetings and patient education.

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