I am never tired of writing how technology, especially the internet has shaped human life. It has changed the way one stay in touch with family and friends, buy goods and services, and even searching for information on health.
By the end of 2020, the global market for telemedicine is projected to rise to $34 billion, up from $6.3 billion in 2016. The above figures are here for a reason. Telemedicine helps care professionals and clinicians to research, diagnose and treat patients remotely, in the real time-no matter where they are situated, making treatment more available and convenient.
Telehealth provides unprecedented resources to improve health, allowing greater access to life-saving specialist care for medical emergencies such as stroke and mental illness. Consumers who want immediate answers are also in favor of telemedicine. And for remote and underserved communities, telehealth is an established lifeline and a solution to global shortages of specialists. But it is not a cure-all for medical cases. Telehealth is a synergistic expansion of the care team at its heart, and hospitals and organizations are still exploring how to better deploy digital approaches to optimize patient care.
Keeping this upsurge of growth into consideration, Insights Care introduces, “The Most Promising Telehealth Solution Providers, 2019,” highlighting the best of telehealth organization serving to the needs of patients.