Future of Telemedicine is Changing, Thanks to Emerging Technologies
With a flood of new technologies swarming into the healthcare industry, the clinical use of connected medical devices, such as step trackers and heart rate monitors, is no longer a novel topic. Telehealth services and products can connect providers with patients while automating clinical workflows, particularly as telehealth weaves in AI and machine learning.
Experiencing clinician shortage while under the pressure of reducing costs, more and more providers have turned to telehealth for solutions. The most common telehealth technologies applied within systems are live videoconferencing between patients and providers, remote patient monitoring and mobile health, where patient health information can be shared via mobile devices.