8 Top Telemedicine Companies in 2020

Telemedicine has been through a striking evolution in the past decade, along with a rise of telemedicine companies. The global telemedicine market size was valued at $24.9B in 2016 and is expected to reach $113.1B by 2025. 



Telemedicine is the solution to a morphing clinical landscape where the expectation for more convenient care, combined with the unavailability of many overburdened medical professionals, is becoming the standard of American healthcare infrastructure. Top telemedicine companies are using telecommunications technologies to enhance health care, public health, and health education. 

We’ve compiled our top 8 telemedicine companies to keep an eye on in 2020. 


8 Top Telemedicine Companies in 2020

1. Nutrimedy

Nutrimedy is an early stage startup that improves the care delivery model for clinical nutrition using a telehealth enabled web and mobile platform where clinical dietitians can deliver personalized care outside the hospital walls for over 50 conditions. Nutrimedy is B2B and works with biotech, medtech, health systems, and even self-insured employers.


What’s Unique?

Nutrimedy is a novel telehealth that delivers evidence-based clinical nutrition management directly to patients at home. The solution allows organizations to build personalized patient programs, which are delivered by clinical experts combined with one-on-one interventions to proactively support your patient population.


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2. Beam

Beam, an intelligent text-based telemedicine service aimed at enabling billable telemedicine for primary care providers. They’ve created a service for physicians to capture reimbursements through telemedicine visits with an end-to-end solution to streamline the reimbursement process for online medical visits. The app directly handles the billing process and submits the claim to the insurance carrier, with little effort needed from physicians nor patients. 


What’s Unique?

Beam is the World's First Intelligent Text Platform For Telemedicine. The platform is free for physicians, with no monthly fees and no clunky patient portals.


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3. GYANT

GYANT’s chat-based products use AI to collect and analyze patients’ medical history and to help patients navigate today’s increasingly complex healthcare offerings. In only minutes, a user receives a disposition, selfcare advice, or referral to the appropriate care setting.

For the provider, GYANT’s AI populates the patient chart, bringing the efficiency of e-visits to a telehealth or in-person encounter and alleviating the charting workload. Post-encounter, GYANT automates proactive outreach to the patient with diagnosis-specific follow-up protocols, promoting treatment plan adherence and improving outcomes. This proactive outreach software also serves perioperative settings to ensure patients properly prepare for surgeries and procedures.


What’s Unique?

GYANT brings a user experience that is unrivaled, resulting in a surprisingly delightful healthcare encounter for the patient. GYANT’s average patient rating is 4.9 stars; 85% of patients indicate that they would use the service again; and re-engagement rates are at 70%. 94% of patients that begin an encounter with GYANT follow it through to completion.


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4. Hale Health

Hale connects clinical teams and their patients between visits. They're building a remote care platform that can handle all of a patient’s healthcare needs – from acute issues to complex disease management – to ensure everyone can easily access the medical help they need. Through a suite of patient-centric, design-led tools that are integrated with existing EHRs, Hale provides a continuous connection between doctors and their patients outside of the clinic to power personalized care anytime, anywhere.


What’s Unique?

Hale organizes clinical information into individual patient cards that can be accessed by anyone on your team. And because Hale is device agnostic, you can stay connected from your desktop, tablet, or mobile device. Hale collects information based on reported symptoms to make sure you have everything you need to take action. Patients can initiate new triage requests – or send them pre-visit and follow-up questionnaires to manage their care before or after a visit. Hale makes it easy to send patients payment requests for video visits, co-pays — or any other service. With just one tap patients can conveniently review and complete payments right through the app on their phone.


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5. Zipnosis

Zipnosis offers a profoundly simple platform to treat and triage patients for common health conditions. Through our Powered by Zipnosis service, we promote and foster a provider's existing brand and patient engagement. The Zipnosis platform offers full EMR and portal integration as well as the entire service infrastructure to rapidly launch and scale a virtual care offering. Zipnosis is innovative access to mainstream medicine.


What’s Unique?

Zipnosis’s multi-modal virtual care platform offers the broadest selection of modalities possible, creating the ultimate flexibility for both physicians and patients. With their platform technology, customized modalities can work together, transitioning patients to the most appropriate level of care. 


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6. SnapMD

SnapMD, Inc. owns and operates a cloud-based patient-to-provider telemedicine platform that connects parents and their children with pediatric physicians in the United States. Its platform also enables healthcare providers to connect with patients needing time-sensitive consultations and follow-up medical visits; and facilitates physician-to-physician consultations.


What’s Unique?

This is the digital version of your multi-specialty clinic. SnapMD’s Virtual Care Management (VCM) telemedicine platform is a white-label software platform integrated with all the features and functions you need to practice any form of medicine suitable for virtual care. As a software provider, we don’t offer medical services—they simply provide the technology to fully virtualize your clinic. The VCM platform’s single, intuitive interface enables an efficient, effective, easy-to-use virtual visit for both patient and provider.


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7. Heal

Heal is bringing technology innovation to re-humanize the practice of medicine in a way that is fulfilling for doctors and patients alike. Heal brings a licensed, background-checked pediatrician or family doctor to you, on-demand, on your schedule, for $99 or for an in-network co-pay with select insurance plans. Great doctors are available in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Silicon Valley and San Diego from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week.


What’s Unique?

Since its March 2015 launch, Heal has delivered over 60,000 house calls and driven health care cost savings of over $1,050 per patient, per year, compared to traditional care alternatives. Heal has helped save $40 million in health care costs. Heal is also offered as a health benefit option by many large employers. Heal’s proprietary technology platform lowers health care operating costs and bureaucracy by 65 percent, making Heal the first to offer house calls from licensed doctors at in-network rates.


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8. Psyalive

Psyalive connects psychologists and patients around the world in their native language through videoconferencing. It also matches the psychologist that best suits the patients' needs, and preferences using an algorithm. Psyalive have a service to companies provide mental balance to their employees and a program that identify and develop behavioral competences to help them improve productivity.


What’s Unique?

Psyalive’s algorithm matches the right psychologist to best suit the patients' needs. Their mental health program prevents mental diseases and generates strategic data for corporations to make decisions as reduction of health costs, rate of absenteeism, and health licenses.


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