In the wake of 2020’s last year’s world-shaking events, traditional workflows were completely disrupted, accelerating digital transformation at a rapid pace. Telemedicine, a virtual replacement for in-person doctor visits via video or other technological methods, started gaining significant traction in recent years, reaching an all-time-high due to COVID-19.
Patients have now turned to telemedicine in droves, both out of necessity and convenience. Video platforms and mobile apps are indeed staples for business and governments to continue functioning in the midst of today’s challenges. However, virtual medicine presents a whole new level of . . .