When the pandemic began, healthcare organizations had to quickly ramp up their telehealth offerings. Now that in-person visits have resumed, providers can take a step back and optimize their virtual care offerings for a hybrid approach. Explore our coverage to learn more about digital transformations in patient care.
Telehealth & Virtual Care
Scaling Up Virtual Care Programs
Faced with unprecedented challenges, hospitals leveraged a variety of tools and strategies to meet a vast need for virtual care.
Faced with a public health crisis, hospitals quickly expanded virtual care capacities. Here’s a look at the numbers before — and after — the arrival of COVID-19:
What’s Driving Telehealth Adoption Within Healthcare Organizations?
This HealthTech magazine Twitter poll had 536 respondents in June 2020.
A massive shift to telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic left many healthcare organizations scrambling to ramp up. Prepare Your Providers >
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act expanded telehealth services for Medicare beneficiaries. Explore Future Implications >
Consumers’ embrace of telehealth during COVID-19 shows that healthcare organizations need to consider how they will continue to evolve. Prepare for Consumer Needs >
Safe and scalable tools allow employees to work from anywhere, without sacrificing quality care. Provide Centralized Support >