Healthcare Platform Blog November 22, 2021
Vince Kuraitis

What if you tried to impress investors through a series of presentations by company execs — and your stock tanked by nearly 15% over the next two days? That’s what happened to virtual care platform (VCP) company Teladoc last week. I’ll share six takeaways from Teladoc’s investor day presentations:

  1. Teladoc’s Vision as a Virtual Care Platform is Broad — VERY Broad
  2. “Whole-Person” Care Takes Center Stage
  3. Teladoc is Walking a Tightrope: Trying to Be Complementary vs. Competitive With Customers
  4. What Wasn’t Discussed — Uncertainties of “The Telemedicine Cliff”
  5. What Wasn’t Discussed — An App Store for the Teladoc Platform?
  6. Investors Weren’t Pleased

Here’s a link to Teladoc’s 121 slide deck presented to investors. My POV here is that of a strategic advisor...

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