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Sun, sand, and sick?

Nearly half of all Americans have experienced the travel issues due to a medical issue warranting medical attention, yet preparing for a health emergency isn't high on their list.


Teladoc announces closing of Initial Public Offering

Teladoc Inc. announced the closing of its previously announced initial public offering of 8,250,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $19.00 per share.


Teladoc Services Now Available in Idaho

Teladoc announced that Idaho will now have access to the company’s high-quality, cost-effective telehealth services.


Teladoc announces pricing of Initial Public Offering

Teladoc, Inc. has priced and upsized its initial public offering from 7,000,000 to 8,250,000 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $19.00 per share.


Teladoc receives NCQA recertification

Teladoc has received recertification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance for physician credentialing & recredentialing, scoring 100 percent for the second time.


Teladoc named to 2015 MIT Technology Review 50 Smartest Companies

Teladoc has earned placement on MIT Technology Review’s annual list of 50 Smartest Companies 2015. Teladoc is honored alongside industry leaders Apple, Google, Amazon & Facebook.


Teladoc Announces Launch of Initial Public Offering

Teladoc announced today the launch of its initial public offering of 7,000,000 shares of its common stock.


Teladoc Chief Executive Officer Jason Gorevic to co-present at AHIP Institute 2015

Jason Gorevic will present the session, “A New Wave of Telehealth – and What’s Coming Next,” with Rich Feifer of Aetna and Niteesh Choudhry of Veracity Analytics.


Federal Court rules in favor of Teladoc, blocking Texas Medical Board rule and preserving telehealth in Texas Teladoc service to millions of Texans continues uninterrupted

Millions of Texans will continue to benefit from telehealth, a popular health care delivery method, after a federal court today blocked a recent action by the Texas Medical Board.


Teladoc to provide free medical consultations to Texans and Oklahomans affected by flooding and severe weather

In response to the tornadoes and flooding pounding Texas & Oklahoma, Teladoc announced it will offer free consultations for those unable to make an in-person visit to a physician.