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Study Shows Teladoc Health Tops In Consumer Satisfaction
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Teladoc Health, the global leader in whole-person virtual care, ranks highest among direct-to-consumer providers in the J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Telehealth Satisfaction Study. With an overall satisfaction score of 874, nearly 30 points above the category average, Teladoc Health received the highest ranking and outperformed all other direct-to-consumer providers in all study subcategories, including customer service, consultation and enrollment.

“We are grateful to be recognized by consumers for meeting their physical and mental health needs at a time when so many people are struggling. Being named number one for the second time in the three-year history of this J.D. Power category reinforces that Teladoc Health is setting the standard for our industry by building a unified care experience,” said Stephany Verstraete, Chief Marketing and Engagement Officer at Teladoc Health. “Consumer preferences are rapidly evolving, and this recognition highlights consumers’ expectation and demand for the true whole-person care that we deliver on a global scale.”

J.D. Power’s recognition is consistent with Teladoc Health’s own consumer satisfaction data and net promoter scores, which have reached all-time highs in 2021. Teladoc Health supports consumers in their ongoing primary, chronic and mental health care needs, while also connecting their emergent health needs, whether in the hospital or an unscheduled virtual urgent care visit. Teladoc Health works in concert with health care providers in the community, delivering insights that inform both consumer and health care providers along the way. As a result, more than 90 percent of Teladoc Health members report being satisfied with their experience on the platform.

The J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Telehealth Satisfaction Study, now in its third year, measures consumer satisfaction with their telehealth service experience based on four factors: customer service (42 percent); consultation (28 percent); enrollment (19 percent); and billing and payment (11 percent). The study is based on responses of more than 4,000 consumers who used a telehealth service within the past 12 months. For J.D. Power 2021 award information, visit