December 17, 2018 2 min read
Digital healthcare is transforming the way patients receive care. It’s also changing workflow and operations in clinics by enabling visits that happen outside of clinic walls over great distance for the convenience of patient and practitioner. Deviations from the norm can create some uncertainty and concern, and because of the sensitive nature of healthcare, we understand why some feel resistant and apprehensive towards change. That being said, the digital transformation of the healthcare industry is just getting started, which means we can expect to see considerable changes in the coming years as a result of innovation. Early adopter clinics get ahead of the curve and realize the benefits much sooner than those that delay and then struggle to close the widening gap. As technology brings new possibilities to the delivery of care, it’s important to separate fact from fiction. What does digital healthcare mean for patients and clinicians? Is this all just a fad? Let’s explore what research has to say about virtual care.
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