Remote Patient Monitoring Blogs
When the pandemic struck Wuhan, China in late 2019, and proceeded to spread rapidly throughout the world, there was an evident problem emerging for the healthcare system — going to the hospital was becoming much more difficult… and dangerous.
When the coronavirus started rapidly spreading in the world, it was clear that change was coming— undoubtedly in social and economic fronts. The usage of face masks became extremely widespread and the “6 feet apart” social distancing policy was practiced in all parts of the globe. However, in a perhaps less obvious way, the healthcare industry has been altered forever due to the pandemic, most notably because of the recent expansion of insurance coverage for telehealth and remote patient monitoring.
Several months into the sluggish war with the coronavirus, life has begun to adapt to stay-at-home and social-distancing protocols. Restaurants open at half-capacity, schools rely on hour-long zoom lectures, and people work remotely using whatever devices they have at their beck and call. In a similar fashion, the healthcare industry must take the appropriate steps for adapting and shifting to telehealth.
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