Top 10 telehealth providers

Doctolib, Noom, Kry, Doctor On Demand, Livongo, MDLive, Amazon Care, Amwell, Rocket Health & TytoCare are our Top 10 telehealth providers - here's why

10. TytoCare

New York, USA

CEO: Dedi Gilad

200 employees

TytoCare uses AI to give consumers control of their health, by connecting them with the healthcare professionals best suited to support them. TytoCare can provide virtual home examinations as well as schedule home visits. 

LinkedIn: TytoCare

Twitter: @TytoCare


9. Rocket Health

Kampala, Uganda, 2012

CEO: Dr. Davis Musinguzi

76 employees

In 2012, Dr. Davis Musinguzi set telehealth service Rocket Health, which has become very popular in Uganda and across East Africa. The company offers online medical consultations and delivery services. 

Rocket Health CEO, Dr. Davis, used to be a Digital Health Specialist with UNICEF, where he designed, managed and evaluated Health IT and Informatics programmes for various groups, from international development agencies to community based organisations, ministries of health to the private sector.

LinkedIn: Rocket Health

Twitter: @RocketHealthUG

Rocket Health

8. Amwell (previously known as American Well)

Boston, USA

1,000 employees

Co-CEOs: Roy SchoenbergIdo Schoenberg

Formally known as American Well, Amwell is a leading telehealth platform which offers telehealth solutions for 2,000 hospitals and 55 health plan partners.

“Digital-first care is rapidly becoming the main highway for a variety of care modalities offered by all types of providers and services, and our role in this evolution is a significant one,” said CEO Ido Schoenberg. 

LinkedIn: Amwell

Twitter: @Amwell


7. Amazon Clinic

Seattle, USA

CEO: Andy Jassy

Not content with the online shopping world, the Amazon franchise has expanded into healthcare - with telehealth being a perfect fit for the millions of Amazon customers. Amazon clinic offers treatments for common health problems, ranging from COVID-19 to conjunctivitis, birth control to erectile dysfunction. 

US-licensed clinicians review a consumers symptoms (no appointment needed) and can prescribe treatment while ensuring data is secure. ​​​​​​​

LinkedIn: Amazon Clinic

Twitter: @Amazon

Amazon Clinic

6. MDLive

Miramar, Florida, USA

400 employees

60mn members of MDLive make use of the company's medical and behavioural health care. MDLive's mission is to provide its members with early diagnosis, faster referrals, convenient access to specialists and affordable pharmaceuticals. 

LinkedIn: MDLIVE

Twitter: @MDLIVEInc


5. Doctor on Demand

San Francisco, USA

1,000 employees

CEO: Hill Ferguson

Through a smartphone, tablet, or computer, Doctor On Demand can offer visits with licensed healthcare providers. Virtual treatments on offer range from chronic care, urgent care, preventive and behavioural health. 

At the MedTech Breakthrough Awards Programme in 2021, Doctor On Demand won the “Best Overall Digital Health Company”.

LinkedIn: Doctor On Demand

Twitter: @MDLIVEInc

Doctor on Demand

4. Teladoc Health

Purchase, New York, USA

5,000 employees

CEO: Jason Gorevic

In over 175 countries, Teladoc Health's goal is to empower everyone to live a healthier life by elevating the healthcare experience. The company specialises in whole-person virtual care, using the most experienced healthcare professionals and innovative technology, to provide the best clinical outcomes. 

In 2020, Teledoc Health ranked as Best in KLAS for Virtual Care Platforms.​​​​​​​

LinkedIn: Teladoc Health

Twitter: @TeladocHealth

Teladoc Health

3. Kry 

Stockholm, Sweden

800 employees

CEO: Johannes Schildt

Kry is Europe’s largest digital healthcare provider. Users can sign up to a pay-as-you-go healthcare service for video consultations with healthcare professionals. Kry uses the latest technologies to support patients and enable healthcare professionals to offer them the best care. In the UK and France, Kry is known as ‘Livi’. 

LinkedIn: Kry

Twitter: @KRYcare


2. Noom 

New York, USA

1,300 employees

CEO: Saeju Jeong

Weight-loss organisations are turning from cheap fads into long-term fitness programmes. At Noom, the company helps patients look at what behaviour has led to weight-gain. Users are supported by AI, mobile technology and psychology, to help users live healthier lifestyles.

“Noom helps solve a universal problem – that many of us want to live healthier lives, but most of us don’t have the tools to do so, or know where to start,” said CEO Seaju Jeong.

LinkedIn: Noom

Twitter: @Noom

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1. Doctolib

Levallois-Perret, France

3,000 employees

CEO: Stanislas Niox-Chateau

Telehealth provider doctolib started out as an an appointment scheduling service, but quickly evolved into a force for telemedicine and has become one of the most profitable French startups. 

Doctolib has three core aims:

  • To improve the daily life of healthcare personnel
  • To support patient access to healthcare
  • To build a solid team of entrepreneurs

LinkedIn: Doctolib

Twitter: @doctolib

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