The rapid expansion and adoption of digital healthcare forced by the pandemic is remarkable, especially for an industry where change is typically slower to take hold. Driven by the need to reduce in-person visits and minimize patient and staff exposure to infection, healthcare organizations quickly rolled out virtual care options to ensure patients-in-need didn’t fall through the cracks or experience treatment delays. Now more than a year later, it’s clear that the expansion of digital health has the potential to yield benefits for both patients and providers well beyond tackling the immediate care needs of the pandemic.
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