By Monica E. Oss Teladoc recently announced that it plans to take on financial risk for its service offerings, including its virtual-first primary care service, Primary 360. The service will be available through CVS Health-owned payer Aetna and Centene’s marketplace plans in Michigan, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas early next year (see Teladoc Plans To Take On Risk In Primary Care, Expand Program To Hospital Clients). Teladoc makes a compelling case. The Teladoc service offers a whole person approach with integrated specialty services like mental health care, urgent care, dermatology, chronic disease management, and nutrition. Its physicians are available within a week for new…
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