Healthcare / Healthcare Providers

Telehealth Platforms

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What is Telehealth Platforms?

Telehealth platforms market HIPAA compliant communications platforms that allow providers to deliver care over video, audio, or text in synchronous and asynchronous modes.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Telehealth Platforms. These companies include Innovaccer and PatientPop.

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Innovaccer

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Innovaccer is a healthcare technology company developing the Data Activation Platform, which is custom-built to advance the goal of developing a patient-centered, connected care delivery continuum. Its smart platform creates a unified patient record for healthcare provider and payer-use to enable collaborative care delivery. The platform includes a proprietary integration and analysis engine to clean and aggregate healthcare data from sources, including electronic health records (EHRs), claims, pharmacies, hospitals, and labs.

Known Partners

HCL Technologies, Suki, Jvion, and 2 more

Key People

Sachin Jaiswal, Kanav Hasija, Sandeep Gupta, and 2 more

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PatientPop

United States / Founded Year: 2014

PatientPop is a practice growth technology platform for healthcare providers that aims to enhance and automate each touchpoint in the patient journey, from first impression online and digital booking to post-appointment follow-up.On November 2nd, 2021, PatientPop merged with Kareo and formed Tebra.

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Luma Health

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Luma Health's cloud-based platform provides healthcare providers with HIPAA-compliant, mobile-first text and secure chat communication tools that enable patient-provider conversations, including smart waitlists, referral management, reminders, and web scheduling.

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Telehealth Platforms. These companies include eVisit and Rhinogram.

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eVisit

United States / Founded Year: 2014

eVisit is a virtual care platform that enables healthcare organizations to improve outcomes, revenue, and efficiencies - using its own network of providers to deliver virtual care.

Known Partners

InteliChart, Usio, Diet Doc, and 2 more

Key People

Bret Larsen, Samuel Blackham, Ross Wall, and 1 more

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Rhinogram

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Rhinogram is a cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant telehealth communications platform, connecting patients, clinicians, and office administrators through confidential, text-based interactions in real time.

Known Customers

MediGroup

Key People

Keith Dressler, Shannon Hastings

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Telehealth Platforms. These companies include Pager and Qure4u.

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Pager

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Pager helps consumers access, navigate, and coordinate their healthcare by instantly connecting them with their care team in a collaboration hub. Through a combination of AI-enabled communication technology and end-to-end care services, Pager delivers a personalized, seamless, and trusted care experience for consumers, empowering proactive engagement and smarter decision making. Pager partners with healthcare organizations to deliver its solution across their digital experiences to elevate the role they play in consumers' lives.

Key People

Philip Eytan, Oscar Salazar, Walter Jin, and 2 more

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Qure4u

United States / Founded Year: 2011

Qure4u is a health management and care coordination platform optimally designed for today's rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. Qure4u reaches across EHR silos, collecting and consolidating health information in one highly interactive, patient-oriented platform. With patient authorization, Qure4u can electronically access 175 million health records, from hospitals, clinics, physicians' offices, pharmacies and laboratories, throughout the U.S.

Key People

Monica Bolbjerg MD, Torsten Bolbjerg, Curtis Stanley

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Telehealth Platforms. These companies include Klara and Bright.MD.

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Klara

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Klara was founded in 2013 with a mission to transform healthcare communication, so every patient can receive great care. Klara makes it easy for healthcare providers to securely communicate with their patients and with each other, without worrying about HIPAA compliance or losing track of patient information. Healthcare providers across more than 40 specialties use Klara to provide a delightful patient experience while streamlining their own administrative workflows and saving hours per day.On February 7th, 2022, Klara was acquired by ModMed. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Key People

Simon Bolz, Simon Lorenz PhD

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Bright.MD

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Bright.MD is a healthcare automation company dedicated to modernizing direct-to-patient telehealth for healthcare systems with its AI-powered virtual-care platform.

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OnCall Health

Canada / Founded Year: 2015

OnCall Health provides a secure way for healthcare providers to schedule and host secure video, text, and phone consultations with their patients. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Toronto, Ontario.

Known Partners

Lyniate

Key People

Nicholas Chepesiuk, Jon Henderson

What is Telehealth Platforms?

Telehealth platforms market HIPAA compliant communications platforms that allow providers to deliver care over video, audio, or text in synchronous and asynchronous modes.

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