Virtual health services to outlast pandemic

HealthHero report

John Brazier
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Virtual health services to outlast pandemic

High patient satisfaction levels set to drive an uptake in telehealth beyond the Covid pandemic

A new report from digital health provider HealthHero indicates that virtual health services, or telehealth, are set to stay despite the impending removal of Covid lockdown restrictions. The Silent Sufferers Report, which examined the perceptions around telehealth usage, found that of those who had a remote GP appointment during the pandemic, more than half (58%) were hugely positive about the experience.  The findings show that the majority of patients (82%) found the technology ‘easy' ...

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