Dialogue, a Telemedicine Services Provider, Goes Public

Dialogue, a Telemedicine Services Provider, Goes Public

 

The covid-19 pandemic changed the way we conduct business, socialize, and live. While virtual meetings, video calls, and virtual desktops were around before, these technologies surged in popularity across the globe in almost every field and are likely here to stay. 

 

Companies like Dialogue, which provides telemedicine services, grew in size and popularity to meet patient demand for care without exposure risk. Propelled forward by the increase in demand, Dialogue filed to take the company public earlier this year to keep up with record growth.

 

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What is Telemedicine?

All in One Access to Mental and Physical Health Professionals

Dialogue’s telemedicine network includes far more than on-call service providers for allergies and colds. A group health plan through Dialogue offers access to hundreds of care providers. 

Their team includes nutritionists, occupational therapists, psychologists, general practitioners, and more. A multidisciplinary approach provides a comprehensive, effective, and timely approach to medicine with exemplary results.

Dialogue Benefits

How can a small business health plan including Dialogue telemedicine benefit your company? Employees who are healthy and satisfied with their company’s benefits and work-life are far more productive than those who are not. The return on investment with Dialogue’s coverage goes far beyond that.

Reduced Absenteeism

Minimized Exposure Risks

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