HealthLeaders Media May 10, 2022
Eric Wicklund

At the recent American Telemedicine Association conference, some heavy hitters in the telehealth world said the future will be guided by care providers who make virtual care their own.


The telehealth landscape is still unsettled in the wake of the pandemic, due in large part to an uncertain path forward on policy and regulations.

Many speakers at ATA2022 said the industry is past the point of proving the value of a virtual care visit and can now focus on being innovative with tools and platforms to advance healthcare.

Interest is high on direct-to-consumer care, but the best platforms will still tie their services into a care provider to guide the patient’s journey.

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