Our President of Strategic Growth and Marketing, Terrence Sims recently met with MarketScale, a company that is dedicated to publishing leading content for B2B growth across a variety of industries. In a 20 minute interview they discuss whether or not specialty healthcare practices would be able to operate efficiently post COVID.
Within the last year we have experienced a huge boom in the use of Telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) tools as solutions to continuity of care for providers across the spectrum of healthcare. Although RPM has certainly become more popular due to quarantine - it has always been an important tool for providers. Continue reading to learn more about RPM and why it is such a critical asset to healthcare practices and patients alike.
As we have weathered the pandemic, the utilization of Telehealth has provided a much needed platform for patients and providers alike to be able to connect as well as perform. However, Telehealth has quickly evolved from what was a temporary lifeline to what is now an industry standard necessity when it comes to stabilizing service delivery. That is why, today we are discussing the persistent relevance of Telehealth and how patient engagement continues to adapt to the progressive needs of the healthcare industry.