A great telehealth solution is about more than just the hardware and software that your application uses. While connectivity, data plans, software, and equipment are integral parts of any online deployment, getting telehealth right requires an understanding of your needs, current policies, and strategic goals. An accurate assessment of the financial and human resources at your disposal and the physical locations that you will need to reach is also critical to launching a successful telehealth solution.
Healthcare IoT or IoMT has taken off, and more and more patients are preferring the care of providers who offer digital capabilities. According to Accenture’s 2019 Digital Health Survey, the number of patients likely to choose a medical provider based on their digital capabilities increased from 2016 for all the components surveyed:
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