HealthIT Answers December 2, 2021
Industry Expert

By Dan Matthews, Writer, Content Consultant, and Researcher

The spread of misinformation is one of the primary reasons for the lack of trust in vaccines. With COVID-19 especially, false information has spread like wildfire, leading to extreme wariness and vaccine avoidance. However, while digital media has contributed to the hysteria, not all digital applications hurt vaccine administration.

With new technologies, telehealth services have made healthcare services more accessible, including access to vaccines and reliable information. Those who previously turned to the internet and unreliable sources for information can now set up a mobile healthcare appointment to get the treatment and information they need without having to visit the office in person.

Having access to telehealth services is especially helpful for those...

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Topics: Digital Health, Health IT, Healthcare System, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Public Health / COVID, Technology, Telehealth
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