Teladoc Conducts 1 Millionth Telehealth Visit

Industry leader brings high-quality, low-cost health care to more
Americans via video, phone or online visit

PURCHASE, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Teladoc
(NYSE: TDOC), the nation’s first and largest telehealth platform,
crossed an industry milestone this week with the completion of its 1
millionth telehealth visit. Each telehealth visit reflects an
interaction between a board-certified, state-licensed physician and a
patient in need of health care via video, phone or online.

“Hitting our 1 millionth visit underscores the growing adoption and
utilization of telehealth services across the country,” said Jason
Gorevic, Teladoc chief executive officer. “This Teladoc milestone is
evidence of the value we deliver and the confidence our employers,
members, physicians and hospital systems have in our ability to provide
quality health care where and when people need it most.”

In addition to being the first telehealth provider to conduct 1 million
physician visits, Teladoc also counts among its industry “firsts” as
being the first and largest telehealth platform, and the first and only
telehealth company to be certified by the National Committee for Quality
Assurance (NCQA) for its physician credentialing process.

“As the nation continues to face growing health care challenges,
employers, providers and patients are seeking innovative solutions to
mounting health care costs and challenges accessing timely care,” said
Krista Drobac of the Alliance for Connected Care. “Teladoc’s one
millionth telehealth visit represents a milestone for the growth in
patient access to this important technology.”

Teladoc helps resolve common, non-emergency issues and offers behavioral
health, dermatological, tobacco cessation and sexual health services.
Teladoc maintains a 92 percent medical resolution rate and a 95 percent
patient satisfaction rate.

According to the National Business Group on Health, 74 percent of large
employers are expected to offer telemedicine in 2016 compared to 48
percent in 2015 and only 28 percent in 2014.

Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), America’s largest military
shipbuilding company and a provider of manufacturing, engineering and
management services to the nuclear energy, oil and gas markets, is among
the growing number of Teladoc clients and large employers who are
realizing the benefits of telehealth. Seeing the value that Teladoc
brings to an increasingly complex health care environment, HII rolled
out the Teladoc platform in July 2014 for more than 13,000 employees in
an effort to help their employees and their families get convenient,
affordable medical care.

“Our success as a company is tied to the health and safety of our
employees and their families. This is why the health and welfare of our
entire HII family is a primary focus for us,” said Bill Ermatinger,
HII’s corporate vice president for human resources. “When it came time
for us to add telemedicine as a component of our health care offerings
that offers the best and most scalable solution to meet our employees’
health care needs, Teladoc was the clear choice. Not only have their
telehealth services delivered exceptional care for our employees, it has
proven to be a great investment in our workforce.”

The decision provided employees 24/7 access – including nights, weekends
and holidays – to more than 2,000 physicians and behavioral health
specialists. In addition to saving Huntington Ingalls Industries
$483,005 in health care and productivity costs, their employees are
delighted with the Teladoc program and reported a 97 percent “good” or
“excellent” rating for their Teladoc physician.

About Teladoc

Teladoc, Inc. (NYSE: TDOC) is the nation’s first and largest telehealth
platform, delivering on-demand health care anytime, from almost anywhere
via mobile devices, the internet, secure video and phone. More than 12.5
million U.S. members are connected to Teladoc’s network of over 2,000
board-certified, state-licensed physicians and behavioral health
professionals who provide care for a wide range of non-emergency
conditions. With a median response time of less than 10 minutes, Teladoc
physicians will perform more than 525,000 telehealth visits in 2015.
Teladoc and its physicians consistently earn a 95 percent member
satisfaction rating or better, and Teladoc is the only telehealth
company to be certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance
(NCQA) for its physician credentialing process.

Recognized in June 2015 by MIT Technology Review as one of the
“50 Smartest Companies,” Teladoc works with health plans, employers,
organizations and individuals to provide access to affordable,
high-quality health care on-demand. Teladoc is transforming the access,
cost and quality dynamics of health care delivery. For more information,
please visit teladoc.com,
twitter.com/teladoc,
facebook.com/teladoc
or linkedin.com/teladoc.

About Huntington Ingalls Industries

Huntington Ingalls Industries is America’s largest military shipbuilding
company and a provider of manufacturing, engineering and management
services to the nuclear energy, oil and gas markets. For more than a
century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in
Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than
any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. Headquartered in Newport News,
Virginia, HII employs approximately 37,000 people operating both
domestically and internationally. For more information, visit:

Contacts

Teladoc, Inc.
Patty Sullivan, 469-294-5096
pr@teladoc.com
or
Meredith
Adams, 214-665-1346
meredith.adams@fleishman.com