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Access to telecommunication services has grown significantly too over time. This has made providing service over phones more convenient and easier. This practice has reduced costs and time and has saved lives as well. As a result, the global telemedicine market has been growing rapidly for the past few years and promises future growth according to multiple industry estimates with an estimated CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of about 15.1% up to 2027
Telemedicine is a rapidly emerging method of providing cost-efficient and safely distanced communication for patients in need of healthcare or health-related information. This may take the form of a sort of frontline triage, second medical opinion, counselling, pre-intervention consultation or sometimes just to confirm a prescription.
Telemedicine physicians can treat common non-emergency health conditions like flu or ear infections, help manage chronic conditions and pain, monitor prescription medications, provide mental health counseling, or work in specialty fields like obstetrics and gynecology.
There is great potential in using telemedicine to provide easier, cheaper and safer methods in healthcare management for the elderly. Evidence suggests more positive well-being when there is enhanced health management in the form of collaborative relationships offered by both providers and patient caregivers.
Having an experienced Doctor in your team, as a core decision-maker may give you the right combination of domain expertise (authority) & healthcare UX methodology as the secret sauce to future success in digital health
Telehealth can be delivered in several different ways. Live (synchronous) videoconferencing which allows a two-way audiovisual link between health care providers or between a patient and a provider. Or, store-and-forward (asynchronous) videoconferencing where there is an exchange of recorded patient health information between providers or between a patient and a provider.
In this publication we will briefly discuss the future potential of telemedicine as a component of Telehealth or eHealth, as a robust platform to improve and ensure Health 2.0.
The following is an excerpt from our podcast interview I gave regarding my physician entrepreneurship journey and the value I am trying to create with my digital health startup – VIOS.