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symbol TDOC
会社名 Teladoc Health Inc (TDOC テラドック・ヘルス)
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業種 ヘルスケア施設_サ―ビス   医療関連(Health Care)
概要 事業概要 テラドック・ヘルス(Teladoc Health Inc.)(旧名:Teladoc Inc.)は遠隔医療会社である。同社はモバイル機器、インターネット、ビデオと電話を通じて、いつでもどこでもオンデマンドヘルスケアを提供するテレヘルスプラットフォームを提供する。同社のソリューションは、上部呼吸器感染症、尿路感染症および副鼻腔炎、皮膚病状、不安および禁煙などの急性診断から、各種病状および症例を治療する3000以上の理事会認定医師および行動医療専門家と会員を結びつける。同社のソリューションは、統合テクノロジープラットフォーム、プロバイダーネットワーク、消費者関与戦略、確立流通チャネルで構成される。  テラドックは、米国の遠隔医療プラットフォ―ム企業。インタ―ネット、ビデオ、携帯電話を利用し、オンデマンドの医療を提供する。登録会員は、上気道感染症、尿路感染症や副鼻腔炎など急性疾患の診断や、皮膚の状態、不安感、禁煙などについて、1100以上の認定医や医療専門家に毎日24時間アクセスできる。本社はニューヨーク州。  Teladoc Health, Inc. engages in the provision of telehealthcare services using a technology platform via mobile devices, the Internet, video and phone. Its portfolio of services and solutions covers medical subspecialties from non-urgent, episodic needs like flu and upper respiratory infections, to chronic, complicated medical conditions like cancer and congestive heart failure. The company was founded on June 13, 2002 by George Byron Brooks and is headquartered in Purchase, NY.
本社所在地 203 635-2002
代表者氏名 David B. Snow
代表者役職名 Independent Chairman of the Board
電話番号 +1 203-635-2002
設立年月日 37408
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 2000人
url www.teladoc.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) -30.36100
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 3934.63300
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 417.90700
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 3870.78200
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -97.08400
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Teladoc Health Inc revenues increased 79% to $417.9M. Net loss before extraordinary items decreased 17% to $97.1M. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Lower net loss reflects Amortization of warrants and loss on ext decrease from $14.1M (expense) to $0K.

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   Workable Strategy for Virtual Health Care Market 2020-2027 | Trends, Growth, Demand, Revenue, Gross Profit, Status & Forecast by 2027 | Google, Amazon, Google, Teladoc, Inc., Americal Well, AT&T Inc & More  2020/11/24 13:35:25 OpenPR
Market Overview: Virtual Health Care Market by 2020-2027 Virtual Health Care Market report has recently added by Healthcare Intelligence Market which helps to make informed business decisions. This research report further identifies the market segmentation along with their sub-types. Various factors
   Cerner's free telehealth program could help it leapfrog Epic in the US EHR market  2020/11/23 14:37:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The electronic health record (EHR) giant launched a new telehealth platform, dubbed Video Visit, for its rural-based CommunityWorks community and critical access hospitals (CAHs) at no cost through the end of 2021. For context, CommunityWorks is a cloud-based system that allows hospitals to connect with other facilities and providers across geographies to help address the rising shortage of physicians in rural communities. Offering a telehealth platform to high-need rural communities at no charge paves the way for Cerner to bite off an even larger share of the EHR market . Cerner serves over 200 rural and CAH clients across the US—and it's hoping to expand its rural footprint via its cloud-based CommunityWorks product launched in July 2020. Rural hospital closures have been on a steady incline , and the cloud can alleviate the cost burdens of maintenance of an in-house EHR system. By offering its Video Visits program at no charge to its CommunityWorks clients, Cerner could further penetrate the rural provider market organizations—paving the way for it to potentially upsell its other products through their doors down the road: For example, its CareAware Connect cloud-based solution connects multiple devices and coordinates care, which could help care institutions solve their interoperability challenges.
   'You cannot do everything yourself:' Amwell's CEO hints at buying a mental health startup and shares his simple 2-part criteria for potential acquisitions  2020/11/20 13:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement For companies that help people get healthcare online, 2020 has been a good year. But investors are concerned that their success is tied to the coronavirus pandemic. One way to create staying power is acquiring companies that perform a wider array of services. For Amwell, the world's second-largest telehealth company, the strategy isn't off the table, co-CEO Ido Schoenberg said. "You cannot do everything yourself," Schoenberg told Business Insider after Amwell's earnings call on November 12, when asked if he would acquire mental health startups. Schoenberg noted that in the wake of the pandemic, people are more anxious than ever. In June, anxiety and depression symptoms were about three and four times more prevalent among US adults than a year prior, respectively, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found . "People are in great distress," he said. "And I see behavioral health needs growing in the foreseeable future." When looking at potential deals, Schoenberg explained the two criteria he's looking out for — technology and company culture — and why a big presence in the market isn't as important.
   Talkspace mulls possible sale as consolidation heats up in the US telehealth market  2020/11/19 15:05:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement New York-based telemental health provider Talkspace is considering selling its online therapy platform, according to people familiar with the matter via Bloomberg Tech. The startup is valued at approximately $1 billion—if sold to another virtual care player, it could mirror the Teladoc-Livongo megamerger, marking further consolidation of the digital health space. Talkspace's potential sale gives credence to our prediction that M&A activity will boil up as telehealth firms aim to stay competitive amid the virtual care boom—and telemental health will be a particularly active segment: The pandemic incited an unprecedented wave of telemental health use, and this demand likely won't fade as the pandemic exacerbates the mental health crisis. Sixty-two percent of consumers said they'd prefer a virtual visit for their mental health—even after it's safe to book an in-office appointment, according to Amwell data. Telemental health options give patients more versatility in accessing the mental healthcare they need, which is becoming more relevant than ever, considering the US is in the midst of a growing shortage of mental health specialists.
   Teladoc's Charts Are Bearish - Avoid the Long Side for Now  2020/11/19 12:51:54 The Street RealMoney
Prices have broken the lows of August and September so the trend has turned down….TDOC
   Amwell ranks No. 1 on telehealth satisfaction by users  2020/10/05 13:28:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Telehealth users going through direct-to-consumer (D2C) vendors are highly satisfied: On a 1,000-point scale, patients ranked their satisfaction with telehealth at 856, on average, according to a new JD Power survey of 4,302 US consumers. And while there wasn't much discrepancy among patients' satisfaction with specific vendors, Amwell came out on top with a score of 885—that's compared with MDLive, for instance, which earned a score of 843. Patients have been swarming to telehealth amid the pandemic—and telehealth vendors have responded by diversifying their offerings to win over customers and keep them happy. Thirty-six percent of US adults tried telehealth as of August 2020—a sharp increase from the 11% who used it pre-pandemic in January, according to CivicScience. And now we've seen top vendors diversify solutions to appeal to different pockets of the market: For instance, Doctor on Demand extended its service to Medicare beneficiaries in May before its prime competitors—giving itself a chance to corner off this segment of consumers and build out services to meet their needs.
   Online Doctor Consultation Market is Gaining Momentum with key players LiveHealth Online, Babylon Health, TelaDoc  2020/10/01 09:03:46 OpenPR
A New Syndicate COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Online Doctor Consultation Market Study is added in HTF MI database compiled covering key business segments and wider geographical scope to get deep dive analysed market data. The study brings a perfect bridging between qualitative
   Palantir's founders' stakes are worth a combined $4.9 billion, and an unusual class of common stock automatically gives them 49.99% of the firm's voting power  2020/09/30 18:12:37 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Palantir Technologies, Inc. is a technology firm that makes everything from software to help businesses manage and analyze data to government tools used to track terrorist activity . The company was launched in 2003 by PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel, current Palantir CEO Alex Karp, and current Palantir president Stephen Cohen, and has worked with US government agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement , the FBI, and the Department of Defense. The company specializes in parsing through large data sets and finding usable patterns in that data. Palantir has drawn criticism from some quarters, particularly around its contracts with ICE . On Wednesday, the company is set to go public using a direct listing , which means that Palantir is creating no new shares, only selling pre-existing outstanding shares. Direct listings have grown in popularity recently — companies like Spotify and Slack have recently used direct listings — and are often cheaper and offer a quicker route to going public than traditional IPOs.
   Cramer Weighs In On Disney, Teladoc And More  2020/09/30 11:25:16 Benzinga
On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said Switchback Energy Acquisition Ord Shs Class A (NYSE: SBE ) is another blank-check company. Until we find out more about it, we don't know if we have another Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA ), added Cramer. Cramer's … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Best Buy Health partnered with Amazon to launch a telehealth-enabled flip phone for seniors  2020/09/25 12:55:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Electronics retail giant Best Buy's health unit launched a new flip phone—dubbed LivelyFlip—that can integrate with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant and boasts telehealth features to connect seniors to on-demand providers, per Becker's Hospital Review. The phone's Amazon voice-powered tech enables seniors to make calls and send texts—in addition to the device's urgent call button, which links a user directly to 24/7 access to care teams at telehealth company GreatCall. As more senior patients warm to virtual care, rolling out senior-focused telehealth tech should knock down lingering barriers to widespread adoption, like limited technology access and experience. The pandemic catalyzed rapid uptake of telehealth services for seniors as social distancing recommendations forced them to opt for virtual care in place of in-person visits: Telehealth adoption among seniors skyrocketed to 300% during the pandemic, according to a recent survey from healthinsurance.com . However, barriers like lack of smartphones or tech knowledge hindered other seniors from tapping these same services: For example, in April, primary care startup Oak Street Health pivoted to telephone visits after realizing that its seniors had difficulty acclimating to video-enabled telehealth, citing lack of smartphone access and discomfort with video visits as major hurdles to uptake.
   Best Buy Health partnered with Amazon to launch a telehealth-enabled flip phone for seniors  2020/09/25 12:55:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Electronics retail giant Best Buy's health unit launched a new flip phone—dubbed LivelyFlip—that can integrate with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant and boasts telehealth features to connect seniors to on-demand providers, per Becker's Hospital Review. The phone's Amazon voice-powered tech enables seniors to make calls and send texts—in addition to the device's urgent call button, which links a user directly to 24/7 access to care teams at telehealth company GreatCall. As more senior patients warm to virtual care, rolling out senior-focused telehealth tech should knock down lingering barriers to widespread adoption, like limited technology access and experience. The pandemic catalyzed rapid uptake of telehealth services for seniors as social distancing recommendations forced them to opt for virtual care in place of in-person visits: Telehealth adoption among seniors skyrocketed to 300% during the pandemic, according to a recent survey from healthinsurance.com . However, barriers like lack of smartphones or tech knowledge hindered other seniors from tapping these same services: For example, in April, primary care startup Oak Street Health pivoted to telephone visits after realizing that its seniors had difficulty acclimating to video-enabled telehealth, citing lack of smartphone access and discomfort with video visits as major hurdles to uptake.
   Stay-At-Home Stock Play Teladoc Set For Q3 Beat, DA Davidson Says In Bullish Initiation  2020/09/22 19:05:06 Benzinga
The telehealth company Teladoc Health Inc (NYSE: TDOC ) has posted strong gains during the coronavirus pandemic. The Teladoc Analyst: D.A. Davidson analyst Hannah Baade initiated coverage of Teladoc with a Buy rating and $250 price target. The Teladoc Thesis: Teladoc, being a pure play software company directly benefiting from COVID-19, is growing at a more than 60% pace organically, Baade said in an initiation note. Telehealth utilization soared to 16% during COVID-19, and it could go up to 25% in the long term, equating to a $250-billion market going forward, the analyst said. Acquisitions have further expanded markets and provided leverage to popular direct-to-consumer … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Amazon, Apple, Carvana, Illumina, NextEra, Nikola, Shake Shack, Teladoc, WPX Energy and More  2020/09/22 12:59:09 24/7 Wall street
   Telehealth company Amwell is going public after raising $742 million in its IPO. Here are the investors and execs who stand to make the most.  2020/09/17 12:44:20 Business Insider
Summary List Placement American Well raised $742 million ahead of its public market debut, pricing at $18 a share late Wednesday. The stock is set to start trading Thursday morning. As the company goes public, executives including Ido and Roy Schoenberg, the company's founders and CEOs, and investors including Teva Pharmaceuticals stand to make hundreds of millions. The IPO comes on the heels of a huge year for digital health as the coronavirus pandemic fueled Amwell and similar companies to new heights. It's only the second telehealth company to go public, following rival Teladoc's public debut in 2015. SVB Leerink's Stephanie Davis, a healthcare analyst, said the IPO is leading to "the match we've all been waiting for" in an email to investors. But she also said the Teladoc-Amwell rivalry isn't a zero-sum game. "Rather than viewing growth in Teladoc and American Well as a zero sum game, we believe the virtual care market has more than enough greenfield opportunity to sustain multiple winners in the near to mid-term," Davis wrote.
   Teladoc Health, Inc. (TDOC) Management Presents at Morgan Stanley 18th Annual Global Healthcare Conference (Transcript)  2020/09/16 17:18:05 Seeking Alpha
Teladoc Health, Inc. (NYSE:TDOC) Morgan Stanley 18th Annual Global Healthcare Conference September 16, 2020, 09:30 AM ET Company Participants Jason Gorevic - CEO Mala Murthy - CFO Glen Tullman - Executive Chairman and Founder Jennifer Schneider - President Conference Call Participants Presentation Unidentified Analyst Good morning, everyone.

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