Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare was already evolving and changing at a rapid pace. The pandemic disrupted the industry and forced healthcare providers to evolve at an even more aggressive pace. As part of this transformation, organizations pivoted to adopt more digital ways of working. Telehealth and virtual healthcare delivery models expanded access to care, filled the gaps in the physical delivery of care, and enabled a higher level of operational efficiency.
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