Where telehealth will have the most staying power: Healthcare leaders weigh in

Regular look after chronic conditions: 54.9 percent.
Cold, influenza and contagious illness screening: 14.6 percent.
Mental and behavioral health: 14.4 percent.
Healthcare facility discharge follow-up: 7.7 percent.
Post-surgical care: 3.5 percent.

Here are the 5 areas where telehealth will have the most remaining power for the remainder of the year, according to the participants..

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In the year ahead, almost one-fourth of healthcare leaders anticipate increased telehealth use to have one of the greatest impacts on the health care industry, according to a new Definitive Healthcare report..

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Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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For its 2020 Healthcare Trends Survey, data company Definitive Healthcare surveyed 2,300 industry leaders on the trends they predict will have the best influence on the health care market in the next 12 months. In addition to profits loss due to the pandemic (36.5 percent) and implications of postponed care (24 percent), increased telehealth usage also topped the list for 23.2 percent of respondents..