With the COVID-19 pandemic creating some necessary constraints on how, when and where people access health care, digital health resources have emerged as a valuable bridge that can help keep health care providers and their patients connected.
In fact, one recent analysis estimated the digital health market will grow by 26% by 2025. That growth reflects the potential benefits of digital health technology, including its ability to facilitate more personalized conversations between patients and doctors based on near real-time data exchanged via connected health devices and health system software.
As health care providers look for ways to expand patient services and grow their practices, leveraging digital health technologies is likely to become increasingly important. Here are three strategies health care professionals should consider during COVID-19 and beyond:
Integrate Virtual Care: The use of virtual care resources has surged…