While consumers have replaced many physical shopping trips with online shopping, they’re mostly still forced to visit a doctor in-person. Physicians have been slow to adapt to mobile and video technology, citing liability issues and the hardware costs associated with providing virtual care.
But what if virtual appointments could help medical centers increase revenue while providing better patient care? In one Houston hospital system, technology helped lower unnecessary emergency room visits by 7%. Read about the future potential of virtual medicine in the full article by Deloitte.