During the COVID-19 crisis, telehealth services have empowered healthcare providers with the tools to treat patients remotely, protecting both parties from unnecessary exposure.
McKinsey research demonstrates just how popular telehealth has become since the pandemic started to transform daily life in the first quarter of 2020.
By embracing telehealth services, medical professionals across diverse fields can increase the number of patients they interact with and keep appointment lengths balanced. This can reduce the amount of time patients waste waiting to be seen, and facilitate a practice’s growth — the more people a team helps, the more revenue they can generate over time.
And in the case of free telehealth software, healthcare businesses can adopt cutting-edge technologies without the expense incurred by paid alternatives.