“Care in the future will easily integrate in-person care with virtual offerings. It will also integrate patient-reported outcomes, device-generated feedback, and patient education”, says Jennifer Haas, EVP of Sales and Marketing at Noteworth, in an exclusive interview to ITBT.
ITBT Bureau- What changes have you seen when it comes to demand for remote care delivery technology by hospitals and healthcare providers during COVID-19?
Jennifer Haas- There was a significant interest in virtual patient care before COVID-19, but we have seen that demand increases. Patients are requesting alternatives when it comes to healthcare delivery. This is a differentiation opportunity for forward-thinking physician office groups and hospitals allowing them to offer more service options to their patient population. There is an opportunity for the doctor to be brought to the patient virtually instead of the patient traveling to see the doctor. Care in the future will easily integrate in-person care with virtual offerings. It will also integrate patient-reported outcomes, device-generated feedback, and patient education. Patients are engaging more actively in their wellness.