Virtual Health is Having It's Moment

Get in Touch

Virtual Health is Having It's Moment

Media Kit

Thanks for being part of this amazing story.

Virtual Health is Having It's Moment

With the outbreak of COVID-19, the rapid adoption of telehealth and virtual health solutions, and the $18.5b acquisition of Livongo by Teladoc, virtual health is accelerating at a pace we’ve not seen prior. When discussing these trends and what they mean, reporters and researchers across the industry have pulled together Livongo’s primary competitors – namely Lark Health and Omada Health – to comment on what this means for the future. 

Teladoc & Livongo Merger: The Health Techerati weigh-in


Breakdown and analysis of health tech’s largest acquisition ever — Teladoc Health’s $18B buy-out of Livongo. Leaders from Lark, Omada, and others speak on this virtual roundup.

Teladoc-Livongo: Is the first digital health megadeal 'outrageous' or a starter gun for virtual care M&A?


“This is a huge vote of confidence in the public markets in virtual care. For really the entire digital health sector,” Julia Hu, CEO of 10-year-old chronic condition management company Lark Health, said. Omada Health CEO Sean Duffy called the acquisition a “massive validation of the virtual care approach to chronic disease,” telling Healthcare Dive he also expects deals to ramp up down the line.


MDLive plans to go public in early 2021 following the news of Teladoc-Livongo's mega-deal


“Thus, we think an acquisition of a remote monitoring firm with chronic disease management tools similar to Livongo’s could be on the horizon for MDLive… In particular, we think it’ll eye startups like Lark Health.”


Journal Nature - A care team-based classification and population management schema for connected diabetes care


As a result of rapid technological advancement over the past decade, there has been an explosion in virtual diabetes management program offerings rooted in smartphone technology, connected devices for blood glucose monitoring, and remote coaching or support. 

What’s Next After Livongo’s Acquisition?


10 healthcare startups that could be M&A targets after Teladoc’s record-breaking $18.5 billion deal for Livongo – #2 – Lark Health

Quality virtual care is within reach – but only if we act now


By JULIA HU: Patients and providers need a range of services to be available virtually. Our virtual care system should embrace Remote Patient Monitoring Tools with connected devices.

AI's growing role in treating diabetes, chronic conditions


Virtual care may be the way of the future for treating diabetes, says Julia Hu, founder and CEO of Lark Health.

Health Plan or Employer?

Request a Live Demo of Lark