Physicians Practice July 30, 2021
Mustafa Öger

Mobile apps have completely changed the medical field by providing healthcare professionals a safe, streamlined way to connect with patients and colleagues from anywhere. While virtual visits won’t completely replace seeing patients in person, doctors will need to equip their practices with up-to-date tech to keep up with the competition and patient demands.

Shifting to virtual medical practice has long been in the works, but we have seen slow adoption rates by both healthcare providers and patients. Recently, that has all changed.

The use of telehealth services has dramatically increased since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, 95% of medical centers reported having telemedicine capabilities, compared to only 43% in 2019, according to CDC data. Additionally, Deloitte’s 2020...

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Topics: Apps, Digital Health, Health IT, mHealth, Patient / Consumer, Physician, Primary care, Provider, Technology
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