Teladoc Health (NYSE: TDOC) announced 2021 Q4 financial results on February 22nd, 2022. According to the announcement, revenue and adjusted EBITDA were up 45% and 53%, respectively (YoY, 3 months).
In this regard, the loss from operation was 41,429 thousand USD in 2021 Q4 compared to 458,506 thousand USD in 2020 Q4. Net loss was 10,985 thousand USD compared to 393,967 thousand USD in 2020 Q4.
In full year of 2021, Teladoc recorded a positive free cash flow (FCF) of 121,009 thousand USD. We expect that this could cause continuous growth of Teladoc’s stock price in the future.
Access fee revenue, which seems subscription fee revenue, was up 51% (YoY, 3 months). Visit fee revenue was up 21%. Although paid membership was up only 3%, chronic care enrollment increased significantly by 22%. The growth of the chronic care enrollment might bring significant improvement of Teladoc’s profitability in the future.
Assuming the access fee revenue as subscription fee revenue, Teladoc had a subscription ratio of 85% and a revenue growth rate of 86% for the full year of 2021. On the other hand, the FCF margin is less than 1%. However, Teladoc’s stock price might grow drastically in the future considering that the PSR at the end of trading hours on February 28th is about 6.
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