In 2014, Cleveland Clinic initiated its consumer telehealth strategy, and since then has introduced new dimensions of care to engage its patients.
Telehealth physician champions are innovative forward-thinkers who are willing to push the boundaries of traditional medicine.
Given telehealth is radically changing how healthcare leaders imagine care delivery, there are a lot of preconceived notions about what works, and what doesn’t.
The top U.S. health systems are increasingly looking to telehealth to envelope their patients and extend their reach.
Today, 50 million U.S. consumers would switch providers to one that offers telehealth, compared to 17 million in 2015.
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