HealthLeaders Media April 6, 2021
Mandy Roth

New approaches to telehealth can help organizations meet their key objectives.


– Asynchronous communication increases provider efficiency and provides a way to address physician shortages.

– Virtual hospitals reduce healthcare costs and support the transition to value-based care.

– A cloud-based platform enables 24/7 personalized care, moving care upstream to improve outcomes and reduce the cost of care.

This article appears in the March/April 2021 edition of HealthLeaders magazine.

2020 was a remarkable year for healthcare innovation, and telehealth finally achieved scale across the industry. Driven by a need to deliver healthcare at a distance, hospitals and health systems stood up new services seemingly overnight, fanned the flames under languishing programs, or found new uses for thriving virtual...

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