Consumers want their doctors to adopt telehealth, but still prefer in-person care to virtual care

A recent survey by Software Advice, found that consumers want their doctors to adopt telehealth, but the see the value in convenience rather than clinical outcomes and they still prefer in-person care to virtual care.  Although contradictory, the survey offers more proof that the idea of telehealth may be great, buy the execution of the concept has been lacking. To read more of the survey findings, click on attached link.  Read article here…

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