3 Takeaways for a Robust Digital Health Approach

When patient consultant Stacy Hurt accompanied her son, who is nonambulatory and immunosuppressed, to dozens of specialists in 2006, she hoped at least some of the visits would take place virtually. But at the time, she was told it couldn’t be done.
More than a decade later, following the accelerated adoption of virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hurt would like to see the momentum for telehealth continue. “Just to know that we can have that option of telehealth for routine test results or follow-up visits, it eases our minds a lot,” she said during a virtual HIMSS21 session last…
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