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Demand for Virtual Health is High, but Do Providers Deliver?

February 9, 2017 - Despite strong consumer demand for virtual health services, only one in five patients participating in a new Accenture survey have been able to access remote care tools.  Virtual health tools provide greater convenience for patients and help with chronic disease management, and are an attractive supplement to in-person care.   “Consumers are clear: In the 21st century,...


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Demand for Virtual Health is High, but Do Providers Deliver?

by Thomas Beaton

Despite strong consumer demand for virtual health services, only one in five patients participating in a new Accenture survey have been able to access remote care tools.  Virtual health tools provide greater convenience for patients...

20% of Consumers Make Telehealth Prime Provider Criteria

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Strong Patient Demand for Telehealth Motivated by Convenience

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The convenience factor is a major driver for patients investigating the use of telehealth to consult with their providers, according to a survey by the American Telemedicine Association and WEGO Health.  The poll of 429 patients, conducted...

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