DOTmed September 10, 2021
Michael Curry

To call healthcare a dynamic industry is an understatement. Politics, technological advancements, research breakthroughs—these are just a few of the things that drive profound change in healthcare, even when there isn’t a pandemic to reveal the flaws in the industry and drive dramatic change.

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many of the changes that were already in the works, including the use of video conferencing in diagnostics. Medical practices that didn’t make initial investments in critical infrastructure now face a greater challenge moving forward. Today, it’s important for these medical practices to adapt to market trends as quickly as possible to not only stay in practice but to deliver the best care possible to patients.

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