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May 9, 2023

Becker’s Hospital Review

By Anna Falvey and Brendan Talian

 

Hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies have expanded their services to include telehealth solutions, increasing access to care and providing patients with more flexibility than ever. Telehealth has become increasingly important since the onset of the pandemic.

Here are 280+ telehealth companies to know. Contact Anna Falvey at [email protected] with questions, comments, or to recommend a company for this list.

Note: Telehealth companies do not and cannot pay for inclusion on this list. This list is not a ranking or rating, and companies are listed in alphabetical order.

1-800MD (Charlotte, N.C.). 1.800MD offers businesses and individuals around-the-clock access to telehealth solutions throughout the United States.

19 Labs (Menlo Park, Calif.). 19 Labs offer Enhanced telehealth technologies for employers and rural communities and rpm. Point of care solutions that include advanced remote diagnostic devices plus artificial intelligence, communication using Zoom or AmWell video calls, and patient education.

98point6 (Seattle). 98point6 is an app that provides virtual primary care visits for a flat fee and offers private text-based diagnoses and treatments.

20/20NOW (San Francisco). 20/20NOW is the inventor and leader of Ocular Telehealth. The company provides comprehensive eye exam and eye health screenings via telehealth. It partnered with General Vision Services in 2018 to create a mobile eye center featuring ocular telehealth.

3Derm (Boston). 3Derm is an imaging system that takes pictures of a person’s skin and delivers three views to a dermatologist for virtual visits.

A&D Medical (San Jose, Calif.). A&D Medical manufactures blood pressure monitors and home health products such as weight scales.

ADHD Online, LLC. ADHD Online was founded in 2018, with the mission of providing access to quality ADHD assessments to all. The team is staffed with industry experts across the U.S.

Access Physician (Dallas). Access Physicians is a provider of inpatient, high-acuity telemedicine. Its key service lines include neurology and acute stroke, pulmonary and critical care, maternal-fetal medicine, infectious disease and antibiotic stewardship, hospitalist medicine and cardiology. It works with more than 180 hospitals in 20 states and provided access to care for 1.6 million high-acuity patients in some of the hardest-to-serve healthcare environments.

Access TeleCare (Reston, Va.). Access TeleCare partners with healthcare organizations on telemedicine initiatives to increase access to care. The company earned the Global Digital 100 award in 2020 for entrepreneurship in telemedicine and includes around 200 licensed physicians that provide care.

Advantia Health (Arlington, Va.). Pacify, which was acquired by Advantia Health in 2019, is a mobile platform that provides immediate support for new mothers. They can download the app and connect for video visits with nurses and other specialists, including lactation consultants, without the need to make appointments.

AEMtec GmbH (Berlin, Germany). AEMtec GmbH is a business-to-business enterprise focused on technologies for sophisticated electronic applications and contributing expertise to implant, imaging system and mobile diagnostics applications.

AGNITY (Fremont, Calif.). AGNITY MobileCare TeleConsult provides the platform to connect clinicians and patients in real time via secured audio, video and text channels for better care and collaboration.

AlediumHR (Tampa, Fla.). AlediumHR is a premier telehealth talent acquisition firm serving the U.S. and Canada. The company uses AI technology to job-match candidates, reduce time-to-hire and lower recruiting costs.

AMC Health (New York, N.Y.). For over 16 years, AMC Health has provided clinically proven, successful telehealth and real-time virtual care solutions. Its FDA Class II cleared platform, end-to-end services and clinically proven solutions enable healthcare organizations to securely extend ‎their services beyond the hospital and ambulatory clinic settings.

AMD Global Telemedicine (Chelmsford, Mass.). AMD Global Telemedicine developed the Telemedicine Encounter Management Solution, a platform used in 98 countries to enable patients to connect with clinicians remotely. In April 2018, the company developed a direct-to-consumer telehealth platform.

Amwell (Boston). Amwell offers health plans, employers and healthcare providers web and mobile services to connect patients and physicians via live video. The company has partnered with Samsung Electronics America and Anthem to improve telehealth service access.

Arizona Telemedicine Program (Tucson). Part of the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, ATC provides telemedicine services in communities throughout the state and distance learning opportunities.

Arkansas e-Link (Little Rock, Ark.). Arkansas e-Link is a statewide HIPAA-compliant telemedicine network that partners with over 500 healthcare, higher education, public safety and research facilities in unserved, underserved, and economically distressed areas in Arkansas.

Array Behavioral Care (Mount Laurel, N.J.). Array Behavioral Care is a virtual psychiatry and therapy practice founded over 23 years ago. The team utilizes evidence-based assessment tools and treatment protocols to provide comprehensive care that is effective, safe, culturally competent and clinically appropriate.

Assured Independence (Seattle). Assured Independence provides turnkey technologies in remote patient monitoring for managing chronic disease; medication management and buttons for stability and wandering.

As You Are (San Antonio, Texas). As You Are is a virtual clinic created to break geographic barriers by providing families access to diagnostic autism services and resources to help children thrive. The company provides families with telehealth autism evaluation appointments for children 16 months to 10 years old. The service is available in 21 states and is expected to be nationwide by the end of 2023.

AvaSure (Belmont, Mich.). AvaSure provides a virtual care platform to health systems with nursing and staffing shortages so that they can reduce labor costs without sacrificing patient health outcomes. The company’s virtual monitoring solutions leverage technology, analytics and support to over 1,000 hospitals.

Axs Healthcare (Redlands, Calif.). Axs Healthcare is a digital patient engagement and asynchronous telemedicine platform specializing in orthopedic and multispecialty surgical practices.

Azalea Health (Atlanta). Azalea Health is a cloud-based EHR and revenue cycle management services solution with telehealth functionality integrated into its medical record system, patient portal, mobile apps and billing software.

Azova (Alpine, Utah). Azova is a software-as-a-service company. It offers services including telehealth clinics, secure messaging, online scheduling, population health, e-commerce and digital concierge services.

BAC Telemed (Wesley Chapel, Fla.). BAC Telemed provides national and international HIPAA-secure telemedicine, back-office support and real-time assistance for physicians.

Beam (Palo Alto, Calif.). Beam combines natural mobility and cloud-based video conferencing through its Beam app.

Best In Class MD (New York City). Best In Class MD is an expert medical opinion company that provides individuals and enterprise clients with easy access to the best physicians. The company is centered around the value of transparency, and allows end users to review biographies and pricing of each provider.

Bewell Connect (Boston). Bewell Connect’s platform, the U.S. subsidiary of French firm Visiomed Group, collects data from an individual’s connected health devices and provides access to additional health management services.

Biometric Signature ID (Dallas). Biometric Signature ID is a leading developer of biometric ID verification software solutions using multifactor authentication.

Blue Cirrus Consulting (Greenville, S.C.). The Blue Cirrus telehealth team partners with healthcare organizations across the U.S. to assist with strategy and business planning, staffing, technology acquisition and initiative implementation.

Blue Sky Telehealth (Greenwood Village, Colo.). Blue Sky Telehealth provides emergency and routine consultations to improve access to specialized care. It provides cost-effective services for hospitals seeking immediate access to board-certified physicians.

Bongiovi Medical and Health Technologies (Port Saint Lucie, Fla.). The Bongiovi Medical Digital Power Station can effectively address the audio issues common in telemedicine solutions, resulting in a superior experience with improved voice communication and auscultation.

Braster (Warsaw, Poland). The Braster Device uses a breakthrough method of applying liquid crystals in breast cancer screening to enable women to perform breast self-examinations at home.

Bright.md (Portland, Ore.). Bright.md’s SmartExam, a virtual physician’s assistant automates care and communication between physician and patient for faster, more convenient diagnosis and treatment eliminating up to 90 percent of provider time spent on low-acuity conditions.

Brightside Health (San Francisco). Brightside Health is a telehealth platform that delivers life-changing mental health care to people with mild-to-severe clinical depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Powered by AI, purpose-built technology and a world-class clinician network, the company improves patient outcomes across the clinical spectrum, affordably and at scale.

Brother OmniJoin Group (Bridgewater, N.J.). Brother OmniJoin Group provides a secure cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant video conferencing solution to connect clinicians and healthcare organizations with a broader remote patient base.

Cactus Aero (Scottsdale, Ariz.). Cactus Aero’s primary focus is the development of Connected Aircraft communication systems solutions, which assist clients in marketing and developing sophisticated on-board and air-to-ground communication solutions, including low bandwidth video conferencing and telemedicine.

Canfield Scientific (Parsippany, N.J.). Canfield Scientific is a global producer of imaging systems, services and products for scientific research and healthcare applications.

Canon USA (Melville, N.Y.). Canon USA’s eye screening technology is an intuitive software solution providers use to perform retinal screenings and then quickly transmit the images to physicians in any location for diagnostic purposes.

Captureproof (San Francisco). Captureproof empowers patients and healthcare providers to communicate visual information through photos and videos securely, from anywhere at any time.

Care Innovations (Roseville, Calif.). Care Innovations connects patients to their care teams through technology solutions and also collects, aggregates and analyzes data to provide clinicians actionable insights.

Cardinal Health (Dublin, Ohio). As a large provider of telepharmacy services, Cardinal Health Remote Pharmacy Services provides remote medication order processing and review; delivers clinical interventions and medication consultations; and elevates patient safety and enables hospitals to comply with pharmacy board and accreditation standards.

CareClix (Wasington, D.C.). Founded in 2006, CareClix provides software and services for telemedicine applications. The company developed a suite of telemedicine technologies for hospitals and clinicians to interact with patients and caregivers.

Caregility.com (Eatontown, N.J.). Caregility.com provides remote patient monitoring and video expertise for secure telehealth solutions.

CarePICS (Raleigh, N.C.). CarePICS has a remote clinical imagery system providers use to store, post and share information in real time. The technology’s wound measure feature automatically calculates a wound’s surface area, length and width.

CareSkore (Mountain View, Calif.). CareSkore offers personalized population management solutions for risk stratification, patient engagement and chronic care management.

Certified Languages International (Portland, Ore.). Certified Languages International has telephone interpretive services, on-demand video remote interpreting and documentation translation services, providing access to interpreters of more than 200 languages.

Charlie Health (Bozeman, Mont.). Founded in 2020, Charlie Health is a mental healthcare provider for young people in crisis. The company’s clinicians are committed to providing unparalleled access to evidence-based treatment. Through a virtual-first approach, the company delivers intensive mental health treatment designed specifically for a high acuity patient population. Charlie Health is live in 23 states, and accepts major insurance providers and Medicaid in 14 of those states.

ChARM Health (Pleasanton, Calif.). ChARM Health’s platform includes EHR, practice management, revenue cycle management, telehealth and mobile health applications. The company’s telehealth platform supports virtual patient visits.

Chetu (Plantation, Fla.). Chetu works with healthcare organizations to ensure their software is compliant with regulatory standards. It offers a host of software development solutions for practice management, health information exchange, EHRs and more.

Children’s Health Virtual Care (Dallas). Children’s Health launched Virtual Care in 2013 to improve access to care through telemedicine. The TeleNICU by Children’s Health Virtual Care is a secure connection for outside level 2 or level 3 NICU facilities and provides 24-hour access to advanced level 4 NICU specialists.

CirrusMD (Denver). CirrusMD is a digital platform connecting patients to physicians via text messages, images and video chat.

CipherHealth (New York City). Founded in 2009, CipherHealth is a patient engagement platform that includes digital rounding and checklists, care management coordination, patient outreach and more.

ClickAClinic (Lake Worth, Fla.). ClickAClinic is a virtual clinic offering patients 24/7 medical consultation with physicians, psychiatrists and therapists.

The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic. The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic is a transformative joint venture between Cleveland Clinic and Amwell that brings innovative digital health solutions to a new level with ease of use, advanced technologies and powerful outcomes. With 3,500 expert physicians in over 550 advanced subspecialties, The Clinic offers solutions that incorporate fully secure video consultations, digital record collection and concierge-level service.

Cloud DX (Brooklyn, N.Y.). Cloud DX is a developer of remote vital sign monitoring equipment, software and mobile apps.

CMI Health (Alpharetta, Ga.). CMI Health creates, manufactures and sells home-based patient monitors to record and transfer patients’ vitals to providers.

Cohero Health (New York City). Cohero Health offers mobile respiratory disease management hardware and software to track medication use and lung function.

Connected Technology Solutions (Menomonee Falls, Wis.). Connected Technology Solutions develops customizable patient check-in kiosks.

Contec Medical Systems (Qinhuangdao, China). Contec Medical Systems, founded in 1996 as a medical instrument manufacturer and distributor, now offers more than 20 product categories, including telemedicine equipment.

Continuity Health (Dallas). Continuity Health provides technology solutions for organizations to virtualize care delivery across the care continuum.

Continuwell (Jacksonville, Fla.). Continuwell offers a custom health and wellness mobile app for employers that features 24/7 telemedicine services.

Corstrata (Savannah, Ga.). Corstrata provides telehealth technologies and clinical expertise on ostomies and chronic wounds. The platform is designed to provide access to certified wound and ostomy clinicians and improve financial outcomes.

CureCompanion (Wilmington, Del.). CureCompanion offers a white-label telemedicine platform for healthcare providers, telemedicine equipment companies and IT companies.

Cromford Health (Charlotte, N.C.). Cromford Health works closely with trusted collaborators to increase telehealth and digital health knowledge through strategic positioning, research, education, training, program growth and scaling, operations and more. The company has published over 30 articles, research papers, books and book chapters and has worked in over 18 countries through virtual and in-person capacities.

Current Health (Boston). Current Health provides the leading FDA-cleared, artificial intelligence-powered remote patient monitoring platform to help healthcare providers reduce risk, cost, and readmissions while improving patient outcomes and delivering better, more proactive healthcare.

CyraCom Language Solutions (Tucson, Ariz.). CyraCom Language Solutions offers healthcare providers phone and video interpretation services with localization and onsite interpretations, and provides interpreter training for healthcare personnel.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care (Lebanon, N.H.). Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care collaborates with physicians and healthcare facilities across northern New England to offer telemedicine services to nearly 2 million residents.

Dictum Health (Oakland, Calif.). Dictum Health offers end-to-end mobile and cloud-based telehealth solutions, featuring real-time health data streaming and vital sign monitoring services, among others.

Dignity Health Telemedicine Network (Sacramento, Calif.). Dignity Health Telemedicine Network connects patients and attending physicians to specialists through a two-way audio and video feed for diagnostic and treatment discussions.

Dizzion (Denver). Dizzion offers virtual desktop services that support telehealth applications.

DocGo (New York City). DocGo combines end-to-end hardware and software with a clinical workflow system to further the reach of telehealth. Cost-effective mobile health clinicians are deployed to patients’ homes and connect patients to a remote advanced practice provider. Providers then conduct exams and treat a wide range of conditions.

Doctegrity (Plano, Texas). Doctegrity provides bilingual primary care telemedicine and mental health therapists, pharmacy discounts and more for any employee. The company applies a subscription-based model that does not require insurance.

Doctor on Demand (San Francisco). Doctor on Demand enables patients to connect with board-certified physicians for numerous medical, pediatric and mental health conditions.

DocViaWeb (Coral Springs, Fla.). DocViaWeb focuses on developing telemedicine and telemonitoring systems and solutions, allowing patients to receive diagnoses and care in more convenient settings.

Doximity (San Francisco). Doximity is the leading platform for medical professionals providing digital tools to help doctors be more productive so they can provide better care for their patients. Doximity serves over 150 health systems nationwide with its telehealth solution, Doximity Dialer, and enables clinicians to conduct virtual patient visits in real-time, from any device—no patient downloads or logins required.

Doxy.me (Rochester, N.Y.). Doxy.me is a telehealth platform built for healthcare providers, taking clinical workflows online and providing an experience equivalent to visiting a provider’s office. State-of-the-art security and encryption protocols make it safe and secure.

Eden Health (New York City). Eden Health is a personal health platform composed of providers, benefits experts and others, designed to help employees navigate the healthcare insurance landscape.

Eagle Telemedicine (Atlanta). The physician-led telemedicine firm partners with hospitals to help them implement telehealth models of care.

eClinicalWorks (Westborough, Mass.). eClinicalWorks is a cloud-based EHR, population health management, patient engagement and revenue cycle management solutions provider. The company introduced a telehealth solution mobile app in June 2017.

eDevice (Mérignac, France). eDevice’s solutions transmit data securely between patients and medical systems, bringing connectivity solutions to medical device manufacturers.

eimageglobal (Chapel Hill, N.C.). Eimageglobal’s medical cloud service platform connects different institutions with provides diagnostic tools and offers telemedicine and data analytics capabilities.

Eko Devices (Berkeley, Calif.). Eko Devices offers a platform of noninvasive cardiovascular care devices, including a digital stethoscope and combined electrocardiogram and digital stethoscope device.

Electronic Caregiver (Las Cruces, N.M.). In addition to emergency response, Electronic Caregiver technologies incorporate capabilities of activity detection, medication management, family monitoring connected applications and telemedicine.

Emerest Connect (Brooklyn, N.Y.). Emerest Connect is a first-of-its-kind telehealth program helping home-bound patients engage socially with peers and enhancing the holistic health of patients. The company is particularly committed to prioritizing the mental health of elderly patients, a demographic whose emotional and behavioral health is often overlooked.

e-Psychiatry (Columbus, Ind.). e-Psychiatry offers telepsychiatry and teletherapy tools and programs to healthcare organizations and directly to patients, as well as access to its national panel of metal health providers.

Everbridge (Burlington, Mass.). Everbridge is a global software company that provides critical communications and safety applications to keep businesses running during critical events.

eVisit (Mesa, Ariz.). eVisit uses technology to simplify complicated clinical workflows and enables physicians to strengthen their existing relationships with patients. The company empowers over 100 healthcare delivery organizations spanning 2,000 care sites using a highly configurable platform to deliver quality virtual care.

ExamMed (Atlanta). ExamMed equips doctors with virtual healthcare technology to treat patients remotely through an easy-to-use, HIPAA-compliant video-enabled platform. The platform quickly enables reimbursable video visits, has patient scheduling and messaging capabilities (asynchronous encounters), and offers interoperable EMR/EHR integration.

Executive Communication Systems (Ventura, Calif.). Executive Communication Systems is a dictation and transcription equipment and accessories provider, delivering dictation and transcription equipment since 1990.

Figure 1 (Toronto, Canada). Working with millions of healthcare professionals, Figure 1 helps physicians share their cases through mobile devices for other physicians all around the world to view.

Firefly Global (Belmont, Mass.). Firefly Global is a provider of wireless portable microscopes and magnifying cameras with real-time video transmission.

Fitango (New York City). Fitango is a health IT solutions developer with platforms designed for payers, long-term care centers, transplant centers and other healthcare facilities to streamline processes and engage patients at home.

Fonemed (Ventura). Fonemed is a population health management and telehealth solutions provider.

ForaCare (Moorpark, Calif.). ForaCare is a software company that creates products for chronic disease management.

Freestate Health (Wichita, Kan.). Freestate aims to fill the gaps in healthcare for rural Americans through telemedicine applications. The company provides inpatient and outpatient telehealth services in 20 specialties to more than 34 hospitals in Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico and New York.

GCX Corp. (Petaluma, Calif.). GCX is an international company that offers medical instrument and IT mounting solutions.

GD (Ridgefield, N.J.). GD improves healthcare by developing comprehensive mobile telemedicine, communication and notification solutions for pre-hospital and hospital environments.

Genoa Healthcare (New York City). Genoa Healthcare offers a platform to connect patients with mental health providers, focused on underserved populations.

GETIXHealth (Wyoming, Mich.). GETIXHealth provides hospitals and physicians with medical billing services including credentialing, coding and revenue cycle management.

Ginger (San Francisco). Ginger is a nationwide medical provider of emotional and mental health support. With a team of coaches, therapists and psychiatrists, the company uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide services in partnership with 40 healthcare organizations across the country.

GlobalMed (Scottsdale, Ariz.). GlobalMed powers a virtual health platform that supports patients throughout the continuum of care. Providers can use the EHR-integrated software with data capturing tools and delivery systems for the virtual health visit.

Global Partnership for Telehealth (Blackshear, Ga.). Global Partnership for Telehealth, a nonprofit corporation with a mission to deliver more affordable and sustainable telehealth programming and solution, manages a network of more than 620 clinical endpoints.

Glooko (Mountain View, Calif.). Glooko transforms digital health by connecting people with diabetes and their care providers, enabling telehealth, clinical research and improved collaboration. The company empowers diabetes management by collecting and unlocking the power of data from BG-meters, CGMs, insulin pumps and pens – bringing insights together in one place.

GlucoMe (Yarkona, Israel). GlucoMe is a privately held company that offers a digital diabetes care platform.

Greenway Health (Tampa, Fla.). Greenway provides EHR, practice management, virtual care, and revenue cycle management solutions that help practices in multiple specialties grow profitably, remain compliant, work more efficiently, and improve patient outcomes. Greenway works with over 55,000 ambulatory care providers across multiple specialties.

Health Monitor Network (Montvale, N.J.). With over 200,000 offices and over 400,000 healthcare professionals engaging with digital and print educational products, Health Network Monitoring is leading healthcare education by building brands and empowering patients. As the first company to place educational content on digital screens in patient exam rooms, the company creates educational healthcare content that fosters more productive patient-physician dialogue at every point of care.

Health Recovery Solutions (Hoboken, N.J.). Health Recovery Solutions supplies medical centers and home care agencies with a remote monitoring platform focused on changing patient behavior to reduce readmissions and improve clinical outcomes.

HealthePractices (West Nyack, N.Y.). HealthePractices provides business development and consulting services for companies involved in telemedicine and medical imaging, with emphasis on teleradiology, urgent care, elder care and artificial intelligence.

HeraMED (Netanya, Israel). HeraMED is a pregnancy monitoring technology solutions provider for expectant mothers that offers self-monitoring solutions.

Hicuity Health (St. Louis). Hicuity Health delivers acute care telemedicine solutions that address health systems’ most pressing needs: improving patient care, mitigating clinical staffing challenges, and increasing the efficiency of care delivery. With an expanding line of services, the company is delivering high acuity remote patient monitoring and care to patients via virtual nursing, tele-ICU, remote telemetry and virtual sitter. The company leverages its insight and analytics to support bedside team care for over 4,000 patient beds.

HNC Virtual Solutions (Wixom, Mich.). HNC Virtual Solutions, part of the J&B Medical Supply family of companies, offers telemedicine and remote patient monitoring solutions.

Hodei Technology (Indianapolis). Hodei Technology develops, deploys and sells technology that incorporates Google Glass and nanotechnology for telehealth applications in rural areas and for monitoring surgical procedures.

Honeywell Life Care Solutions (Brookfield, Wis.). Honeywell Life Care Solutions — a component of Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions — develops health management and remote patient monitoring technologies.

Hopper Health (New York City). Hopper Health is the first virtual primary care and navigation platform created specifically for neurodivergent adults. The company aims to deliver contextual, collaborative care to 31 million neurodivergent adults by connecting them directly to the individualized care they deserve, whether that be care for autism, ADHD, OCD, tourettes, or other conditions.

Howard Medical (Ellisville, Miss.). Howard Medical focuses on solutions for multiple point-of-care technology needs such as medical carts and wall-mounted work stations.

Hoy Health (Morristown, N.J.). Hoy Health is a Hispanic, veteran-owned healthcare tech company with a comprehensive, cash-based bilingual virtual primary care ecosystem that allows any consumer, particularly, medically underserved and uninsured populations, to afford their primary care needs without the support of a third-party payer. The latform includes telemedicine, remote patient monitoring and medication access programs

iCAREHub (Weston, Fla.). iCAREHub is a HIPAA compliant cloud-based platform that enables hospitals, ACOs, health plans, physicians and other authorized users to share a patient’s medical history.

Ieso (Cambridge, England). Ieso Digital Health provides digitally enhanced mental healthcare services to providers, private individuals and businesses. The company’s platform and programs provide clinically validated, one-to-one, secure, real-time cognitive behavioral therapy programs.

iHealthHome (Seattle). iHealthHome uses web-based software to facilitate in-home patient monitoring.

Imediplus (Chupei City, Taiwan). Imediplus manufactures monitoring solutions and medical devices for severe and acute patient care.

Impact Advisors (Naperville, Ill.). Impact Advisors is a healthcare consulting firm dedicated to improving healthcare through technology. It helps clients design, implement and optimize telehealth programs.

Ingenium Healthcare Advisors (Washington, D.C.). Ingenium Healthcare Advisors partners with healthcare leaders to provide training and strategic planning to clinical and technical staff to improve care delivery.

InnovaTel Telepsychiatry (Erie, Pa.). InnovaTel Telepsychiatry provides telepsychiatry solutions to care centers in underserved areas.

InSight (Mount Laurel, N.J.). InSight is a national organization providing telepsychiatry services in all settings across the care continuum.

InStride Health (Boston). InStride Health is an insurance-based provider of evidence-based treatment for children, teens and young adults diagnosed with moderate to severe anxiety and OCD. The company uses an innovative, technology-enhanced approach to improve outcomes and increase access to care.

Inpathy (Marlton). Inpathy is a telebehavioral health network and platform that offers consumers behavioral health services from their homes or other private spaces.

Insung Information (Seoul, South Korea). Insung Information enables users to easily identify vital signs and receive counsel from medical staff at any time with a smartphone or tablet.

IntellaTriage (Mundelein, Ill.). IntellaTriage provides nurse-based telehealth and triage solutions for physician groups, hospice, ACOs, home health, IDNs, insurers and employers.

Integrated Telehealth Partners (Brentwood, Tenn.). Founded in 2010, Integrated Telehealth Partners provides hospitals, community mental health centers, jails and other outpatient facilities with access to experienced psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and therapists. The company helps healthcare organizations reduce patient wait times, improve staff satisfaction and enhance outcomes. Integrated Telehealth Partners gives healthcare providers around-the-clock behavioral health coverage, medication evaluation, placement coordination and ongoing therapy options.

Integron (New York City). Integron manages internet of things services, serving the health, energy and transportation industries.

Interactive Health Concepts (Phoenix). Interactive Health Concepts provides telemental healthcare to rural and urban communities.

Intermedica (Wroclaw, Poland). Intermedica specializes in AI-powered solutions for symptom analysis and patient triage. The company’s Medical Guidance Platform enables healthcare organizations to create custom, interoperable solutions to meet their health system’s unique needs for triage, intake and follow-up.

Iris by OncoHealth (Atlanta). Iris by OncoHealth is a digital care management platform that delivers personalized oncology care. It is the first and only commercial telehealth app on the market providing direct care from trained oncology professionals, and offers members quality, interdisciplinary and personalized cancer care round-the-clock.

Iris Telehealth (Austin, Texas). Iris Telehealth connects hospitals and community care centers with trained mental health professionals, helps customize programs and works within existing workflows to provide support. Iris was awarded National Quality Approval by The Joint Commission.

Iron Bow Healthcare (Herndon, Va.). Iron Bow’s consultative and collaborative methodology helps customers select, design, acquire, and integrate telehealth solutions tailored to their individual needs.

IVCi (Hauppauge, N.Y.). IVCi delivers audio-visual integration, unified communications, video conferencing and voice and cloud services to companies globally.

Jedmed (St. Louis). Jedmed develops surgical instruments for ENT, ophthalmology and dental procedures as well as endoscopic video technology.

Jintronix (Montreal). Jintronix strives to enhance patient experience by boosting clinical outcomes and delivering progress data to therapists, providers and payers.

KagenAir (Appleton, Wis.). KagenAir is the only app on the market that demonstrates how the weather and environment affects a person’s health.

KeyCare, Inc (Chicago). KeyCare is the U.S.’s only virtual care solution built on Epic’s electronic health records software. The company is able to help health systems provide better access for their patients across a shared data environment, while also decreasing provider workload and improving financial outcomes.

Kinpo Electronics (Taiwan). Kinpo Electronics is an electronic computer manufacturing company.

KioWare (York, Pa.). KioWare’s video conferencing capabilities include self-service kiosks for billing and lockdown security for browser-based applications.

Krixi Corp. (Cumming, Ga.). Krixi delivers a secure, scalable telemedicine platform as well as a patient outreach platform designed to track patient-reported outcomes.

Languagers (Long Island City, N.Y.). Languagers offers professional interpreting and translation services for telemedicine industry with 24/7 via phone, video and mobile app.

Learn to Live (Minneapolis). Learn to Live is a digital mental health company offering programs that give people convenient, confidential and easy access mental health tools. The company addresses the most common mental health problems at no cost through their health plan, employer, health system or university.

LevMed (Tilburg, The Netherlands). LevMed develops electrocardiogram belts for hospitals, clinics, rescue teams, airlines, sports centers and mobile care units.

LivingMatrix (San Francisco). LivingMatrix is a technology-based, data- and algorithm-driven functional medicine platform designed by clinicians to help practitioners evaluate patients and create personalized, actionable care plans.

Logicalis (New York City). Logicalis delivers digital enablement services, such as digital pillars, data center and cloud services, security and network infrastructure as well as workspace communications and collaboration.

Lumens Integration (Hsinchu, Taiwan). An optical product business, Lumens’ portfolio includes portable document cameras, desktop document cameras, a ceiling document camera, high-definition point-tilt-zoom cameras and projection engines.

m.Care (Leawood, Kan.). m.Care is a patient engagement and remote monitoring platform used by leading healthcare systems, including Mercy Virtual, OSF HealthCare and Kaiser Permanente. Patient-centric monitoring plans are customizable and configurable down to the individual patient.

Mackay Communications, Satellite Solutions Division (Raleigh, N.C.). Mackay Communications’ Satellite Solutions works with organizations to provide satellite telecommunication solutions.

MaxLife (St. Clair, Mich.). MaxLife provides telemedicine options for pre-hospital diagnosis and care.

MCIS Language Solutions (Toronto). MCIS Language Solutions provides translation services to government, legal and police services as well as healthcare organizations.

MDLIVE (Sunrise, Fla.). MDLIVE provides patients and health systems access to board-certified physicians and licensed therapists through a secure online video and phone network technology platform.

MedBridge (Seattle). MedBridge combines powerful digital patient care tools with high quality education to enhance healthcare for patients and providers. Designed with insight gleaned from over 300,000 clinicians and 25 million patients, the company helps thousands of organizations achieve better patient outcomes.

Medcor (McHenry, Ill.). Medcor offers a range of services, including round-the-clock illness and injury triage, onsite and mobile medical clinics, preventative health screenings, drug testing, safety services and on-demand data solutions. The company services over 252,000 different locations and covers worksites across the U.S. and Canada.

Medici (Austin, Texas). Medici is a secure messaging app that allows physicians to call, text or video chat with patients. There are 30,000 physicians across its platforms, which they can use for a flat monthly fee. The company was a winner of the 2020 BIG Innovation Awards.

Mediconecta (North Miami, Fla.). Mediconecta is a telehealth product for the Spanish speaking world. It offers online, on-demand healthcare via video-conference accessible by web, mobile or point of care kiosk.

Medimaging Integrated Solution (Taiwan). Medimaging Integrated Solutions manufactures digital hand-held diagnostic scopes.

MediTelecare (Middletown, Conn.). MediTelecare is an industry leader in providing behavioral healthcare to senior-living facilities via telehealth. The company provides patient-centered services across 26 states.

MedM (Menlo Park, Calif.). MedM creates remote patient monitoring systems and medical connectivity software. MedM is a pure software engineering company that uses its skills to improve provider success metrics.

Medpod (New York City). Medpod is an augmented medicine company that specializes in addressing general, on-demand and distance care.

Medtronic (Dublin, Ireland). Medtronic is focused on medical devices and technology solutions that monitor patients across the care continuum in the hospital and at home.

MedSign International Corp. (New York City). MedSign is a digital health technology company and creator of Qortex, a first-of-its-kind, home TV-based telehealth solution enabling hospitals doctors, nurses, home health agencies and others to deliver virtual medical services to patients in their homes using any television. MedSign’s Qortex is the first TV-based home telehealth solution that works with any EMR system delivering secure HIPAA-compliant direct access to patient care services.

Medsolis (Frisco, Texas). Medsolis is a remote care platform that improves outcomes by nudging patients towards better behavior. Medsolis’ patient solution is holistic and personalized.

Medweb (San Francisco). With more than 1,000 installations worldwide, Medweb delivers secure telemedicine and teleradiology solutions. The company focuses on orthopedics, dermatology, ophthalmology, stroke evaluation, dentistry and general exams.

MeMD (Scottsdale, Ariz.). MeMD offers health plans, employers and consumers telemedicine services that connect patients and physicians via audio and video.

Mend (Orlando, Fla.). Mend provides high-tech, high-touch digital patient engagement and telehealth solutions in order to streamline operations and improve patient outcomes. The company’s enterprise platform offers easy patient intake and communications, custom hybrid care workflows, efficient patient processing and seamless telehealth delivery.

Mercantile Processing (Millville, Del.). Mercantile Processing sets up and facilitates telemedicine payments, including credit card approvals.

Mercy Virtual (Chesterfield, Mo.). Mercy Virtual Care Center is a hub for Mercy health system staff and physicians to expand telehealth services and advance innovation in telemedicine.

MetTel (New York City). MetTel provides telehealth infrastructure for mobile devices, enterprise mobile management, vital sensors, procurement and financing and support telecommunications.

mTelehealth (Delray Beach, Fla.). mTelehealth, LLC, founded in 2010, is a provider of remote patient monitoring, telemedicine, chronic care management, virtual exam, video visit and related telehealth solutions. The company’s remote health monitoring system, powered by aTouchAway, provides a complete solution to remotely collect, store, and report timely and accurate health information anywhere.

MobileHelp Healthcare (Boca Raton, Fla.). MobileHelp Healthcare serves a variety of healthcare organizations, including health plans, ACOs, MCOs, hospitals, home health agencies and private care physicians with remote patient monitoring and mobile personal emergency response systems programs.

MobilDrTech (Sugar Land, Texas). MobilDrTech is a telemedicine systems and equipment integrator that provides cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant video conference platforms and functions for telemedicine equipment manufacturers.

Modernizing Medicine (Boca Raton, Fla.). Modernizing Medicine and its affiliated companies provide a telemedicine app for various specialties including: dermatology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, plastic surgery/cosmetics, otolaryngology and gastroenterology. It directly integrates with the company’s EHR system.

MyOnCallDoc (Largo, Fla.). MyOnCallDoc’s telehealth technology connects users with physicians and healthcare professionals at all hours. More than 500 board-certified physicians in 47 states are available through the on-demand services.

Myowndoctor (Chicago). Myowndoctor promotes healthy living by delivering information on healthcare and connecting patients to providers they know.

MyTelemedicine Lyric (McKinney, Texas). Lyric features multiple languages within the member portal, API integration into mobile apps and an administration dashboard for instant activation of groups and members.

Nashville (Tenn.) Collaborative Counseling Center. Nashville Collaborative Counseling Center is a group practice of mental healthcare counselors and helping professionals committed to creating spaces of accessibility, healing, and justice for clients and communitiesA team of 40 professionals delivers tailored outpatient therapy services to individuals navigating life transitions in as few as 12 sessions.

Nest Collaborative (Farmington, Conn.). Nest Collaborative  is the first and largest virtual lactation platform, providing families with same-day virtual consults seven days a week, prenatally and throughout the duration of breastfeeding. The company is working to shift breastfeeding culture in the U.S. by applying a preventative model to meet recommendations of breastfeeding for a minimum of six months after birth.

Nextech (Tampa, Fla.). Nextech provides options for patients to meet their needs virtually and offers a fully integrated telehealth solution that seamlessly integrates within existing EHR workflows.

Nod Telemedicine (Phoenix). Nod Telemedicine technology is a cloud based, secure and HIPAA compliant SaaS platform. The platform was designed by specialty physicians with focus on clinical pathways, on-demand telemedicine solutions and creating a marketplace linking patients, facilities with multi-specialty services.

Nokia (Cambridge, Mass.). Nokia creates devices to track and improve activity, sleep, weight, heart health and environmental issues. Some of the devices include wireless blood pressure monitors and Wi-Fi-enabled scales.

Nonin Medical (Plymouth, Minn.). Nonin Medical focuses on technologies and products, such as pulse and regional oximeters, capnographs, sensors and software.

Novotalk (Raanana, Israel). Novotalk offers self-guided therapy through a web-based platform to help people who stutter gain and maintain fluent speech.

NuPhysicia (Houston). NuPhysicia focuses on telemedicine services for correctional healthcare, indigent populations, scientific exploration and employee health.

NuView Health (Boca Raton, Fla.). NuView Health is a telehealth solutions provider with a physician network that has supported nearly 1.5 million patient encounters.

Ochsner CareConnect 360 (Jefferson, La.). Ochsner CareConnect 360 is New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System’s telehealth program, which is designed to support on-site coverage for patients that need specialty services and includes remote monitoring technology for critical patients.

OpenLoop (Des Moines, Iowa). OpenLoop aims to remove the roadblocks that come with launching and scaling telehealth services, so that healthcare providers can focus on serving patients. The company’s network of clinicians includes over 6,500 physicians, nurse practitioners and specialists throughout the U.S. OpenLoop’s technology helps streamline licensing, credentialing, hiring, onboarding, scheduling, payroll and electronic health record management.

OpenTeleHealth (Velje, Denmark). OpenTeleHealth is a cloud-based remote health measurement platform. Citizens can measure health data at home using an app and a wide range of medical measurement devices. Doctors and nurses can access patient data from a web portal.

Ophelia (New York City). Ophelia is a digital provider of medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. The company is committed to making evidence-based treatment universally accessible and removing barriers to care.

OrthoLive (Cincinnati). OrthoLive is the world’s first and now the largest orthopedic telemedicine provider. Built by orthopedists for orthopedists, the OrthoLive communication platform provides secure access to video-based patient care while increasing efficiency, practice revenue, and patient satisfaction for providers.

Oscar Health (New York City). Oscar Health is built around a full stack technology platform, with a mission of making healthier life accessible and affordable for all. As of January 2022, the company has served one million members.

OTTO Health (Boulder, Colo.). OTTO is a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform that enables video visits and schedule management between providers and their patients.

Oxitone Medical (Kfar Saba, Israel). Oxitone Medical developed a bracelet with oxygen saturation, pulse and motion biosensors as well as a companion patient management app for continuous patient monitoring and transition care services.

PatientClick (San Diego, Calif.). PatientClick provides an integrated video-based telemedicine platform as a software-as-a-service with EHR and practice management solutions. The company also provides an on-demand telemedicine platform.

Patronus (Washington, D.C.). Patronus provides medical services to individuals, families and facilities that need private care 24 hours a day through advanced telemedicine technologies.

Pexip (New York City). Pexip’s virtualized meeting platform is designed for web conferencing across compatible technologies and can run in an organization’s data center as well as public, private or hybrid cloud environments.

Philips (Alpharetta, Ga.). Philips provides telehealth-enabled clinical programs aimed at improving outcomes and lowering costs in the hospital, ambulatory care settings and at home.

PHZIO.com (Culver City, Calif.). PHZIO.com is focused on telerehab, providing more than 100,000 users with access to physical therapy and wellness programs via video.

Pipeline Rx (San Francisco). Pipeline Rx has a cloud-based technology platform, PowerGridRx, that connects hospital and care providers with trained clinical pharmacists. It has around 400 million data points flowing through the system each year.

PlushCare (San Francisco). PlushCare recruits physicians to diagnose, treat and prescribe medication to patients over their tablet or mobile device.

pMD (San Francisco). pMD is a combination of software and services that makes it easy to provide the best possible care, whether in-person or virtual. The company offers both a free HIPAA-compliant app as well as a comprehensive, integrated, telemedicine platform, to streamline workflows and engage patients.

Poly (San Jose, Calif.). Poly provides video collaboration solutions that support telehealth and telemedicine, care coordination as well as medical and patient education.

ProAssurance (Birmingham, Ala.). ProAssurance is a healthcare liability insurer that focuses on handling claims and medical liability.

Professional Risk Management Services (Arlington, Va.). Professional Risk Management Services provides liability insurance for individual healthcare providers, groups, practices, associations and organizations, including telepsychiatry and forensic services.

Pulsara (Bozeman, Mont.). Pulsara is a telehealth communication platform that connects teams across organizations. What makes Pulsara unique is its ability to enable dynamic networked communications for any illness or injury. With Pulsara, clinicians can add a new organization, team, or specialist to any patient event, dynamically building a care team even as the patient condition and location are constantly evolving.

Qler (Reston, Va.). Qler is a telepsychiatry provider for emergency departments that is used in dozens of hospitals across the nation. Hospital EDs can use the company for consults and work with patients that have mental health issues. In 2021, the company became one of the first to be accredited under The Joint Commission’s new technology based program and earned its Gold Seal of Approval for behavioral health and human services.

Q-rounds (Minneapolis). Q-rounds provides an in-hospital digital health solution that sends real-time updates to patients, families and the care team regarding when to expect their doctor to arrive for inpatient rounds. Beyond just time transparency, the company offers one-click telehealth for those who can’t be bedside, so they can remotely join rounds. This saves hospitals money, too, by increasing hospital throughput, improving patient satisfaction and decreasing medical errors.

Questcare Telehealth (Dallas). Questcare Telehealth is an integrated multispecialty group that provides telehealth coverage for community and rural hospitals.

RedBox Rx (West Des Moines, Iowa). RedBox Rx is a national low-cost telehealth and online pharmacy provider that sends prescriptions discreetly to patients’ doors across the U.S. The company allows patients to virtually meet with licensed medical providers to receive treatments for nearly 30 conditions.

RecoveryOne (Walnut Creek, Calif.). RecoveryOne is a holistic, human-first, digitally-enabled solution that integrates with existing care delivery to reduce costs and improve clinical outcomes. The company’s solution includes over 2,000 therapeutic exercises and more than 200 clinically-validated, condition-specific pathways inclusive of prevention, nonsurgical, surgical, chronic and maintenance.

Redivus Health (Olathe, Kan.). Redivus Health’s mobile app, combined with cloud services, provides protocol for cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis to enhance diagnostic and treatment accuracy.

Reflexion Health (San Diego). Reflexion Health is a rehabilitation therapy company dedicated to evidence-based technology that can help patients recover at home, including remote support and monitoring for physical therapy exercises.

Reliq Health (Vancouver, BC, Canada). Reliq Health provides remote patient monitoring, telemedicine and care collaboration solutions to healthcare providers in the U.S., Canada and Europe.

RelyMD (Atlanta). RelyMD gives patients access to board-certified physicians with prescribing capabilities any time of the day by phone or video conferencing.

RemedyConnect (Plano, Texas). Remedy is a telehealth startup that offers a standalone benefit for employers, groups and payroll companies to deliver primary care telemedicine, teletherapy and pharmacy discount.

Rhinogram (Chattanooga, Tenn.). Rhinogram provides HIPAA-compliant virtual care through its telehealth platform.

Ria Health (San Francisco). Ria Health offers personalized treatment for alcoholism via its mobile app.

Second Opinion Telemedicine Solutions (Torrance, Calif.). Second Opinion Telemedicine Solutions has a software platform designed for telehealth services across multiple specialties and the Second Opinion Enterprise, a comprehensive telehealth portal solution.

SecondOpinions.com (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.). As the consumer division of USARAD Holdings, SecondOpinion.com is powered by an automated platform designed for simple web image upload and provides access to board-certified physicians.

Sensely (San Francisco). Sensely is an artificial intelligence clinical avatar for triage and continuous controls monitoring that includes the Virtual Clinician patient engagement solution, an empathetic avatar and chat bot technology.

Senscio Systems (Boston). Senscio Systems’ Ibis solution provides an artificial intelligence-based comprehensive health management program for individuals with complex chronic conditions. The technology realizes the earliest signs of health issues and engages members to take self-rescue actions.

Sensogram Technologies (Plano, Texas). Sensogram Technologies is a research and development company focused on biosensors that allow for continuous remote and mobile monitoring of vital signs.

SGS North America (Suwanee, Ga.). SGS offers a globally integrated solution to medical device manufacturers to get their devices to market sooner.

SilverCloud Health (Dublin, Ireland). SilverCloud provides outcomes-focused online behavioral health and wellbeing solutions, with its digital platform customizable for the provider’s needs.

SimpleVisit (Crofton, Md.). SimpleVisit facilitates televisits through Apple FaceTime, Microsoft Skype and Google Hangouts with live coordinators to create a positive patient experience and maximize the clinician’s time.

Solutionz (Los Angeles). Founded in 2001, Solutionz provides video conferencing and audio collaboration solutions and services for healthcare providers.

Specialist TeleMed (Brentwood, Tenn.). Specialist TeleMed is a physician-led and Joint Commission-accredited telemedicine company providing 24-plus medical and surgical specialties to hospitals, clinics, and remote worksites. The company provides customized cost-efficient specialty care to uniquely match the needs of any size healthcare facility seeking immediate access to board-certified physicians.

Spectrum Virtual Care (Grand Rapids, Mich.). Spectrum Health is a nonprofit, integrated healthcare organization with 12 hospitals and a 1,600-physician medical group. The health system’s telemedicine program, Spectrum Health Now, offers an app that consumers can download to connect virtually with providers.

Spencer Health Solutions (Morrisville, N.C.). Spencer Health Solutions, Inc. addresses the critical unmet need to better engage and support patients in their homes while understanding the impact of their participation in drug trials through a direct-to-patient, in-home platform that combines medication dispensing, telehealth and engagement so patients, their health care providers, and clinical research teams stay connected.

SteadyMD (St. Louis). SteadyMD is a business to business telehealth infrastructure provider that offers quality patient experiences for leaders and innovators in healthcare. It is a first-of-its-kind concierge primary care service, direct-to-consumer and completely online.

Stone Three Healthcare (Cape Town, South Africa). Stone Three Healthcare is a team of telemedicine and machine learning experts. They built a virtual doctor, SensiCardiac, with the ability to distinguish between innocent and pathological heart murmurs, as well as a live tele-auscultation platform called TeleSensi.

Straight Teeth Direct (London). Straight Teeth Direct is a teledentistry app and platform connecting adults with orthodontists for diagnosis, treatment and supervision of teeth straightening.

StationMD (Maplewood, N.J.). StationMD is a physician service dedicated to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, along with other vulnerable populations. Since its founding in 2016, the company has grown to provide services to over 31,000 people across 21 states.

Stroke Link Health (Nashville, Tenn.). Stroke Link Health’s care management and telehealth model integrates today’s silos of care for stroke patients and their families all the way from hospitalization to at-home recovery across an entire year.

SwyMed (Lexington, Mass.). SwyMed’s telemedicine technology connects patients with physicians in a real-time video conference. The company focuses on professionals in community paramedicine, home healthcare, EMS and critical transport and telestroke services.

SynsorMed (Atlanta). SynsorMed’s telehealth solution is integrated into provider EHRs to connect physicians with their existing patients.

T-MedRobotics (Scottsdale, Ariz.). Robotized Ultrasonography provides ultrasonography for isolated patients through telemedicine, supported by an expert center.

Talkiatry (New York City). Talkiatry is a leading provider of in-network psychiatric care and is one of the largest employers of psychiatrists in the U.S. Using a patient-centric care model, the company allows patients to be seen within days and ensures continuity of care by matching them with the same psychiatrist every visit. Talkiatry partners with 60 health insurers and offers affordable services to over 200 million people across 43 states.

Therapist Assisted Online (St. Petersburg, Fla.). Therapist Assisted Online’s TAO Connect is a suite of online tools for client education, interaction, accountability and progress assessment of mental health treatment.

Tech4Life Enterprises (Milton, Ontario, Canada). Tech4Life Enterprises provides the telemedicine solution MD Consults to the U.S. market, which is a telemedicine platform for online consultations in high and low bandwidth environments.

Techmedic International (Syosset, N.Y.). The Dyna-Vision Telemonitoring System from Telemedic provides nearly real-time remote patient monitoring through an ambulant medical device.

TelaCare (Fishers, Ind.). TelaCare enables patients to connect with board-certified physicians, licensed therapists and medical specialists through secure phone, video or mobile app.

Teladoc Health (Purchase, NY). Teladoc Health provides integrated clinical solutions including telehealth, expert medical opinions, AI and analytics.

Telebehavioral Health Institute (San Diego). The Telebehavioral Health Institute offers telemental and telebehavioral health training, consulting and staffing assistance with personal training available in person and online.

National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers (Anchorage, Alaska). Telehealth Resource Centers includes 12 regional centers and two national centers focused on technology assessment and telehealth policy.

Telehealth Sensors (North Aurora, Ill.). Telehealth Sensors works with clients to program monitors for their specific needs, including continuous monitoring capabilities, and focuses on creating inconspicuous products to protect user privacy.

Telemedicine.com (Cameron Park, Calif.). Telemedicine.com provides assistance with creating a telemedicine clinic, including grant writing through system installation.

TouchPointCare (Libertyville, Ill.). TouchPointCare is a telehealth and communication platform providing remote patient monitoring and patient engagement programs in the home.

TeleSpecialists (Fort Myers, Fla.). TeleSpecialists supports telemedicine as an effective method to increase patient retention and maximize patient satisfaction, with consultation services to develop telestroke and teleneurology programs.

Terason (Burlington, Mass.). Terason focuses on portable ultrasound systems, including the uSmart products for quality imaging and functionality.

Therapractic Management Systems (Lubbock, Texas). Therapractic Management Systems provides online office assistance for behavioral health practices and manages risk with HIPAA-based training and Medicare and Medicaid sensitive notes.

Thinklabs (Centennial, Colo.). Thinklabs One provides a stethoscope for telemedicine and mobile health applications that can connect with multiple platforms to record and share sound.

TigerConnect (Santa Monica, Calif.). TigerConnect is a 100 percent cloud-native platform trusted by 6,000 health care organizations, sending over 10 million messages per day, with a 99.99 percent uptime. The patient communication solution, TigerTouch+, allows healthcare professionals to communicate with patients, families, and specialists through voice, video, or text.

TIMS Medical (Chelmsford, Mass.). TIMS Medical is a networked system that allows physicians, technicians, students, residents, fellows and subspecialty consultants to participate in surgery or diagnostic imaging procedures from remote locations.

TransGlobal (Vienna, Va.). TransGlobal provides language translation interpretation services and was one of three recipients of the IDIQ contract for translation and interpretation services from the National Institutes of Health.

Trapollo (Herndon, Va.). Trapollo is a telehealth and remote health monitoring solutions company focused on chronic disease management and independent living and corporate health and wellness programs.

TytoCare (New York City). TytoCare connects people with clinicians through its TytoHome for consumers, TytoPro for professionals and TytoClinic for remote point-of-care services.

United Concierge Medicine (Clifton Park, N.Y.). United Concierge Medicine allows patients to use everyday technology such as phones, text messaging, video and secure messaging for diagnostic, prescription, lab ordering and referral services.

United Language Group (St. Louis Park, Minn.). United Language Group provides interpreting services for clients around the world, including telemedicine solution integrators and video conferencing.

Updox (Dublin, Ohio). Updox is a complete healthcare communication platform for in-person and virtual care. Through an all-in-one platform, Updox provides a broad set of capabilities for virtual health, patient engagement, and paperless office efficiency that work together to reduce costs and drive revenue.

URAC (Washington, D.C.). URAC’s telehealth accreditation program certifies telemedicine providers including physicians, nurses, hospital systems and health plans. The evaluation occurs within three days of registering and the process typically takes four months or less.

VeeMed (Sacramento, Calif.). VeeMed is a global telemedicine company focused on virtual clinical patient healthcare services and advanced telemedicine technology in chronic care, nephrology, pulmonary medicine, neurology and mental healthcare.

Vetcorder (Brookfield, Wis.). Sentier is focused on delivering cost-effective veterinary diagnostic device and telemedicine solutions.

VideoConnex (Lake Monroe, Fla.). VideoConnex is a consulting firm that provides a network collaboration infrastructure for multisite interactive collaboration at world sporting events, among other occasions.

Vidyo (Hackensack, N.J.). Vidyo, an Enghouse Systems company, provides telemedicine through video collaboration, including video-enabled smart glasses for surgery, ambulatory care and emergency response as well as powering telehealth on smartphones.

Virtual Care and Digital Health by Providence (Renton, Wash.). Virtual Care and Digital Health provides virtual clinical support to over eight states with 10 enterprise services, including TeleStroke, TelePsychiatry and TeleHospitalist. The team, which includes over 250 dedicated providers and 20,000 digitally connected in-network providers, addresses workflow demand surges and closes clinical talent gaps. In 2022, the team digitally enabled over 1.37 million virtual patient encounters at over 100 sites.  

Virtual Medical Staff (Alpharetta, Ga.). Virtual Medical Staff helps healthcare organizations connect with patients for psychiatric evaluations, stroke assessments in the ER, ongoing counseling services and surgical consultations.

VisionFlex (Sydney, Australia). VisionFlex designs and manufactures telehealth devices and high-grade video imaging systems for healthcare applications.

ViTel Net (McLean, Va.). ViTel Net provides healthcare organizations with customized solutions for telemedicine and telepresence robotics.

Vivify Health (Plano, Texas). Vivify Health, an Optum company, has a mobile, cloud-based platform that powers remote care management through personalized care plans, biometric data monitoring and patient education. It has partnered with Ascension, UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital and University Health Network in Toronto on projects.

VSee (Sunnyvale, Calif.). VSee is a telemedicine platform design house that serves Walgreens, Walmart and Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health, among other healthcare providers.

Vyopta (Austin, Texas). Vyopta optimizes the performance of video and voice collaboration by providing monitoring and analytics to optimize multiple collaboration platforms and overcome the challenges of supporting large video environments.

WeCounsel (Chattanooga, Tenn.). WeCounsel provides telehealth solutions for behavioral health providers through online engagement solutions including HIPAA-compliant video sessions and instant chats.

WebRTC.ventures (Charlottesville, Va.). WebRTC.ventures’ medical services platform connects two or more users in private, secure video connections that allow the users to videoconference and share audio, video and data files.

WellVia (Irving, Texas). Founded in 2014, WellVia is a virtual healthcare services company providing integrated healthcare solutions via telehealth.

WOMBA (New York City). WOMBA collects data from multiple apps — sports apps, medical apps and nutrition apps — as well as medical records and aggregates them in one place.

XBOSoft (Reston, Va.). XBOSoft is a software quality assurance and testing services company focused on providing services for small and mid-sized companies.

YouThisMe (Hudson, N.Y.). YouThisMe offers a seamless, secure, HIPAA-compliant and simple-to-use remote patient monitoring system that allows patients to remain in their homes while giving providers essential information for managing chronic conditions and avoiding hospital readmissions.

Zipnosis (Minneapolis). Zipnosis’ telemedicine platform connects patients and clinicians for virtual visits through phone, video, chat and adaptive online interviews. The company launched their virtual care platform in 2009

Zoom (San Jose, Calif.). Zoom’s platform includes audio, video and screen-sharing capabilities for HIPAA-compliant telemedicine, telepsychiatry, telehome care and training.

 

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