Virtual care continues to grow in importance and prevalence in the healthcare industry. Patients and healthcare organizations alike are becoming more exposed to virtual care offerings such as telemedicine, online scheduling, and better electronic health record (EHR) management.
Key players in the virtual healthcare market include American Well Corporation, AMD Global Telemedicine, Avizia (previously Carena), General Electric Company, Premera Blue Cross, Tealdoc, AT&T, MDLIVE, Koninklijke Philips N.V., CHI Health, United HealthCare Services, THA Group, Integrity Urgent Care, Celtic Healthcare, MedSpring, Mercy, and edgeMED Healthcare.
Healthcare organizations partnering with Avizia, for example, are able to offer 24/7 medical care and patient concierge services, helping to improve accessibility and overall patient experience. Meanwhile Premera Blue Cross has partnered up with Tealdoc to provide virtual care access to all Premera members for diagnosis, prevention, health advice, disease management, and treatment.
A new report from Research and Reports details major drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities in the virtual care market. Forecasts for technologies that are currently or will impact the growth of the virtual care market are also included in the report.
For more details, read the press release on SBWire.