Teladoc and Employer Funding Options

Teladoc and Employer Funding Options

Having evaluated and purchased business benefit plans for the better part of the last 40 years, I think I can say with some authority that the Teladoc no co-pay and no deductible telemedicine program is the single best benefit program that an employer can provide for...
Teladoc – The Employer Benefit Campaign

Teladoc – The Employer Benefit Campaign

Once employers have made the decision to adopt the Teladoc no deductible and no co-pay program, their overriding goal should be to maximize their Return on Investment (ROI). Employers achieving a 400% or higher ROI have done so by maximizing employee engagement in the...
Teladoc as part of the benefit package

Teladoc as part of the benefit package

Typically, employers offering a full suite of benefits to their employees would include medical, dental, vision, short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance coverage in their employee benefit programs. A majority of large employers, and an...
Teladoc & Telehealth Industry Statistics

Teladoc & Telehealth Industry Statistics

Teladoc is the oldest, largest, and most reputable tele-physician provider in the country and dominates the tele-physician marketplace. Teladoc statistics: Founded 2002. Over 13 million members nationwide. 3,000 state-licensed physicians and behavioral health...
Teladoc’s Industry Dominance

Teladoc’s Industry Dominance

Today, tele-physician consultations account for 4% of physician consultations nationwide, and that number is expected to grow to 40% over the next two years. An overwhelming majority (89%) of healthcare executives in the United States believe that telemedicine will...
Subsidized vs. Non-Subsidized Benefit Programs

Subsidized vs. Non-Subsidized Benefit Programs

Teladoc business subscribers fall into one of two categories: Businesses currently offering a subsidized employee benefit program. Teladoc’s national customers include such well known names as Home Depot, Penske, Rent A Center, Accenture, T-Mobile, and Starbucks....