Kencor's President and CEO, Muthu Krishnan, Selected as Panelist at the 2nd Annual Patient Experience & Engagement Summit
As more and more businesses and schools start to open gradually and cautiously across the country, the dire need for virtual as well as in-person medical care is still exceedingly vital to battling this pandemic. As Telehealth continues to become the “new normal”, it provides crucial healthcare at a time where it’s needed most. The surge in Telehealth has been driven by the immediate goal to avoid exposure to COVID-19, with 76% of survey respondents indicated they were highly or moderately likely to use Telehealth going forward.
Technology and healthcare are becoming increasingly intertwined with the arrival of COVID-19. As clinics close and shelter in place orders expand, patients understandably demand solutions. Though everyday life has changed, their chronic conditions remain. These conditions cannot be set aside until crisis resolves and must have the attention warranted to avoid worsening outcomes.