Providers seem to be ready to embrace telehealth with open arms, although that welcoming attitude comes with an important condition attached. Most physicians in surveys say that they would use telehealth to help treat their patients—if they were compensated for that care.
There’s a term used in the digital world: “stickiness.” Digital engagement doesn’t just happen. Insurers should develop apps that will make patients want to return to view their health data, perhaps in those empty moments waiting in line or during a lull in the action during a child’s soccer game.
Selling coverage across state lines dusts off an old idea that has new legs.
Robotized tele-echography system
Revolution isn’t too strong a word to use about what’s happening with this technology.
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