Startups to Watch
As more people around the world quarantine to slow the spread of Covid-19, these 12 startups are using telemedicine technology to connect patients and providers.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, global leaders and public health officials are becoming more outspoken supporters of telehealth.
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To bridge gaps in an undersupplied healthcare market faced with skyrocketing demand and to minimize opportunities for viral transmission, they’re urging the public to seek first-line care online. At the same time, payers and providers are making televisits more accessible, affordable, and efficient.
Already, virtual care providers like Teladoc are reporting that televisits have increased 50% in the last week.
After achieving record deal volume in 2019, telehealth startups will be watched closely as the Covid-19 pandemic plays out.