Telehealth Is Ready for Its Second Dose – Introducing Virtual Care 2.0
Now, as society begins the shift to the new normal with an increasing administration of vaccines, it is expected that consumers, providers, and payers alike will remain engaged with virtual care solutions due to the core benefit of convenience.
The use cases of telemedicine are expanding beyond common primary care conditions. Advances in remote monitoring and at-home diagnostic testing are allowing providers to deliver virtual care to patients with more complex and chronic conditions.
By integrating medical care into communities, virtual care can also help bridge the digital divide and overcome access barriers for hard-to-reach populations. Such models will be critical for closing health equity gaps for hard-to-reach populations by providing consumers with on-demand access to clinical-grade diagnostics and evidence-based health screening tools at the places they already visit.
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