MarketScale June 30, 2022
Michael Sprintz

While healthcare in the United States is often the topic of a heated political debate, there is one subject within it that irks patients and healthcare practitioners alike: time.

One of the biggest problems with healthcare right now is the lack of time. Providers are finding their schedules limited while patients are having trouble booking enough face-to-face time with their clinicians to help address their issues. Although the lack of time was a problem well before the covid-19 pandemic arrived, the issue in the healthcare industry has compounded since the onset of the pandemic.

patient survey conducted by The Physicians Foundation in 2017, found that only 11% of patients and 14% of physicians felt they had enough time to meet the standards of care....

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