The latest trends in telehealth

Telehealth is one of a select few industries that’s seen benefits from the coronavirus pandemic. Before COVID-19 hit the U.S., virtual care use was growing steadily, but only a small fraction of consumers had tried it. Fast forward to 2020 and telehealth became more of a necessity than a luxury.


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