Video Visits Gaining Favor Among Providers and Patients

A new survey and a major investment in an up-and-coming telemedicine provider are putting the spotlight on healthcare videoconferencing platforms.

Story by Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence

More than 80 percent of providers and patients are satisfied with video-based care as a means of reaching people in rural locations, according to a new survey.

The University of Missouri School of Medicine survey, “User Satisfaction with Telehealth: Study of Patients, Providers and Coordinators,” was recently featured in The Health Care Manager. It comes on the heels of news of a significant investment in one of the nation’s up-and-coming video telemedicine companies.

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