National Law Review July 19, 2021
Matthew M. Shatzkes, Ehiguina L. Borha

The public health crisis (the “Pandemic”) brought more attention, and more money, to the use of digital technologies to provide remote services to millions of individuals affected by the Pandemic. The use of digital technologies to provide medical services otherwise known as “telehealth”, exploded during the Pandemic but has since then made a steady growth across the healthcare industry, with many realizing the value of using digital technology to supplement, and in some cases, replace traditional methods of medical care. While many expected the value and investment in telehealth to decline with Pandemic restrictions being lifted, a recent report from venture firm Rock Health (the “Report”), shows that digital health funding continues to break records as venture-backed companies raised $14.7 billion in...

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