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The Future of Telehealth: Balancing Security and Ease of Use


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At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth platforms became essential for patients to connect with their doctors to ensure everyone’s safety while social distancing measures were in place. As the pandemic subsides, it is important for healthcare organizations to consider the future of telehealth and how it can evolve beyond its use during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read this guide to learn more about the challenges that will shape the next evolution of telehealth and how it can become a crucial asset for providing the highest quality care for patients. Some of these unique challenges include:

  • Ensuring compliance with patient privacy and security
  • Considering future usability of telehealth platforms
  • Balancing the return on investment for virtual vs in-person care

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