The Future Of Telehealth In A Post-Pandemic World

The Future Of Telehealth In A Post-Pandemic World

The Covid-19 pandemic changed healthcare. We saw clinic closures, overflowing emergency rooms, disruptions to routine care, doctor shortages and the entire industry stretched thin. This, combined with social distancing and lockdowns, drove a sudden mass adoption of telehealth, while also highlighting weaknesses in the system.

It is safe to say that the widespread acceptance of telehealth has since been established and that it is now seen broadly as a viable option for care. However, there are gaps in what the most basic version of telehealth can provide when it comes to diagnostics, data security, and accessibility. According to a recent Prosper Insights & Analytics Survey, over 36% of adults have used a telemedicine service during the Covid-19 pandemic.

I recently spoke with Antonio Baldassare, CEO of UniDoc Health, which has created the H3 Cube, a standalone remote health clinic housed in a private kiosk that enables a lower-cost, real-time, remote doctor visit with a full suite of diagnostic tools and secure video conferencing technology housed inside. With this, patients are able to undergo full consultations as if they were present in a physician’s office. The company was inspired by their belief that healthcare is a right, and that everyone deserves access to quality care regardless of where they live or what their circumstances are.

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