36 late-, growth-, early-stage telehealth companies, according to Forrester

The healthcare industry is expected to see virtual care demand outpace ambulatory care volumes by 2020, according to a Forrester report.

As the value of the customer experience continues to increase, virtual care solutions must support patients along their entire care journey. To do this, health systems need to meet consumers' evolved expectations, provide access to care along the continuum and improve provider workflow and experience.

For the report, Forrester analysts interviewed external subject matter experts to identify the maturity stage of 36 virtual care technology companies during the first quarter of 2019. Companies were segmented into late, growth or early stages.

The 36 virtual care vendors and their respective stages of growth, as of the first quarter of 2019, listed in alphabetical order:

Late-stage:

1. American Well
2. Best Buy
3. Doctor on Demand
4. InTouch Health
5. MDLive
6. Omada Health
7. Proteus Digital Health
8. Teladoc Health

Growth-stage:

1. 98point6
2. AlayaCare
3. AliveCor
4. Avaamo
5. Babylon Health
6. InfoBionic
7. Lemonaid Health
8. Livongo
9. Pager
10. Talkspace
11. TytoCare
12. Vida Health
13. Zipnosis

Early-stage:

1. Bright.md
2. CarePredict
3. CirrusMD
4. Conversa Health
5. Current
6. eVisit
7. GenieMD
8. LifeLink
9. Orbita
10. Sensely
11. SnapMD
12. Synzi
13. Therachat
14. X2AI
15. Your.MD

To download the complete report, click here.

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