MedCity News June 28, 2021
Elise Reuter

A new report by Trilliant Health shows that demand for telehealth services is expected to decrease or remain flat across the U.S. In the meantime, telehealth companies are making more modest projections for the year as competition ramps up.

Telehealth use surged last year to new levels, leading to record investment in companies offering virtual services. But the momentum may be slowing, as a new report shows that demand for telehealth services started to decline at the beginning of the year, falling by more than a quarter in a handful of states.

After surging to new heights in April and May of last year, demand for telehealth services began to decline in early 2021, according to a report by Nashville-based...

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