MobiHealth News December 21, 2021
Emily Olsen

After another rough year for the healthcare system, startups are using the growth of virtual care to manage chronic conditions and expand primary care.

Though COVID-19 vaccines began their rollout to the public, 2021 was still a turbulent year for healthcare providers as they weathered new virus variants, staffing shortages and burnout

But the pandemic also created a new wave of interest in virtual care and telehealth. Many providers turned toward the modality to keep in contact with patients in 2020, but startups and other organizations are betting virtual or hybrid delivery may be the future of healthcare.

Going virtual

Telehealth and virtual care used to be more of a niche offering, but the pandemic spurred its use as patients...

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