The North America Telehealth Market is expected to record a CAGR of 22.8% from 2023 to 2030, reaching $273.29 billion by 2030. Telehealth has seen rapid evolution in recent years, driven by technological advancements including high-speed communication networks, improved storage mediums, enhanced security, application development, mobile technology, cloud computing, and digitization. This transformation has made telehealth a critical part of the healthcare industry, helping hospitals, physicians, payers, and employer groups reduce costs while improving the quality of care.

Here are the top 10 companies operating in the North America Telehealth Market:

AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.  :Founded in 1991, Massachusetts, U.S.Provides clinical telemedicine equipment and technology for connecting patients with remote healthcare providers.Geographic presence across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.

American Well: Founded in 2006, Massachusetts, U.S.Offers software, services, and access to clinical services for health plans, health systems, employers, and more.Leading provider of telemedicine services in the U.S.

Care Innovations, LLC: Founded in 2010, California, U.S.A subsidiary of Intel Corporation, it connects the care continuum to the home and provides in-home management platform applications. Cerner Corporation Founded in 1979, North Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.Provides intelligent solutions and services for the healthcare industry, with a strong global presence.

Cisco Systems, Inc.: Founded in 1984, California, U.S. Develops, manufactures, and sells Internet Protocol (IP) based networking hardware and IT products, serving various industries. Doctor on

Demand, Inc.: Founded in 2013, California, U.S.Enables patients to connect with board-certified physicians for various medical, pediatric, and mental health conditions.

Honeywell Life Care Solutions: Founded in 1999, Wisconsin, U.S. Develops digital health technologies for healthcare systems, payers, employers, and individuals to improve care quality and cost efficiency.

InTouch Technologies, Inc.: Founded in 2002, California, U.S. Provides technology-enabled solutions for clinical care delivery virtually, serving healthcare organizations worldwide.

MDLIVE Inc.: Founded in 2006, Florida, U.S.Provides access to board-certified physicians and licensed therapists through a secure online video and phone network.

Medtronic PLC: Founded in 1949, Minnesota, U.S. A leading medical technology, services, and solutions provider with a global presence.

Popular Mention: Koninklijke Philips N.V., Polycom, Inc., Sherpaa, Siemens AG, SnapMD, Inc., and Teladoc, Inc., Vidyo, Inc., and Zipnosis

Meticulous Research, in its latest publication on the North America Telehealth Market, has predicted a growth rate of 24.3% during the forecast year 2018-2024.

The Top 10 Players in North America's Telehealth Market:

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