Virtual Care

The number of physicians who self-reported telemedicine as a skill has doubled.
VR and AR aren’t widespread yet, but they could touch everything from medical training to surgery.
How health systems can improve communications and health literacy.
The technology could improve self-guided health programs.
The smartphone could be the next vehicle for at-home testing, but health systems and physicians will need to prepare.
The program would connect patients in underserved populations have better access to healthcare.
How to leverage social platforms to improve the doctor-patient relationship.
A landmark study by the Trevor Project provides crucial guidance.
Researchers saw a 64% increase in the odds of quitting.
On July 17, experts in VR & AR from Penn Medicine, Biogen, Stanford University and VR Voice will come together to talk about the impacts of immersive tech in the sector in an exclusive VRX webinar.

The Virtual Care page at Inside Digital Health serves as a source of information, with articles pertaining to eHealth, mHealth, virtual reality, patient engagement and more.  It also serves as a hub of information and news from the upcoming and ongoing conferences and annual health tech meetings, including pivotal coverage right from the floor.

Among the other topics covered here, visitors can find content including interviews with thought leaders and experts in diabetes, and moderated panel discussions about the best practices and key methods for treating complex cases, utilizing the newest technologies, surveying the landscape, and what can be expected in the future.

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