From Virtual Care to Hybrid Care: COVID-19 and the Future of Healthcare

How COVID-19 has actually accelerated hybrid care models that combine.
in-person and virtual care.

— Strategic questions organizations need to consider to.
influence the future direction of virtual care.

Amwell commissioned Dynata to perform an online research study amongst.
more than 2,000 adults, and commissioned M3 Global Consulting to conduct an.
online study of 600 physicians– 300 medical care physicians and 300.
experts– to determine customer and physician understandings and use of.
telehealth. Both studies were fielded in June 2020.

— How consumer access to virtual care and the knowledge to.
utilize it remain highly uneven.

a nationwide telehealth leader, launched the results of its yearly Physician and Consumer Survey. The outcomes show doctors
and consumers expect to utilize telehealth regularly following COVID-19 than they
did prior to the pandemic. Telehealth use is up considerably in 2020, with 22%.
of consumers and 80% of doctors having a virtual see this year, up from 8% and 22%, respectively, in 2019. This adoption is mostly driven.
by a shift to set up gos to throughout all specialties, whereas previous to.
COVID-19 most of visits were for on-demand immediate care.

For additional information on this report, click the download now button below:.

Check out the findings from Amwells.
2020 Physician and Consumer Survey for a much deeper check out what took place.
throughout the pandemic– consisting of how customer and physician experiences,.
habits, and expectations moved– and to better understand the quickly.
developing role virtual care will play in healthcare. In addition to new study.
information, the eBook covers:.

< -- How, when, and just how much consumers and suppliers plan to. usage virtual care in the future. -- The importance of usability in provider and consumer. adoption of telehealth innovation. Report Background/Overview.