The barriers that have historically impeded widespread telemedicine adoption have come crashing down, both for providers and patients. Though healthcare consumers have long been willing to see their doctor via telemedicine, albeit with trepidation, it was COVID-19 that spurred massive, rapid adoption of virtual care.
Though there are many factors at play in this newly popular model of care delivery, the massive shift in consumer behavior is at the center of it all. In response to consumers adhering to social distancing and shelter-in- place orders, and as a way of enforcing medical distancing to keep healthcare professionals safe, providers across the care continuum are adjusting their workflows, implementing new technologies, and meeting patients where they are.
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As the world responds to another wave COVID-19 pandemic spurred by the delta variant and urgent cares find themselves managing high and unpredictable patient volumes, with limited staff to support, it's important than ever that clinics deliver the most efficient experience possible - both for patien
With vaccinations on the rise, we are shifting into a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now healthcare providers face two stark challenges: the tapering down of COVID-related services and the emergence of an evolved consumer mindset. What does that mean for your clinic?Download our post-COVID P
Like most aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine production and distribution continues to evolve almost daily. As we rapidly shift from vaccine supply scarcity to surplus, the biggest challenge will be getting doses in arms and avoiding unnecessary delays - making it imperative to prepare now. W
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