Attorney Mei Kwong, executive director of the Center for Connected Health Policy in Sacramento, believes that telehealth services can eliminate barriers to good health care in rural America.
According to its estimates a widespread use of remote patient monitoring, telehealth software & virtual visits can save the American healthcare system $305 billion each year.
Telehealth and telemedicine technologies are beneficial in providing up-to-date, timely and cost-effective care to resource-limited populations.
14.4% of respondents said healthcare consumerism & patient empowerment were top industry trends. Telehealth software lets patients connect to care in a more convenient way.
Telehealth software have supported the treatment of mental health patients. The Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists rule permits therapists to conduct the initial patient evaluation via telehealth.