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Virtual health programs used by health systems will see a significant increase over the next 12 months, according to a new study conducted by Zipnosis, a virtual care platform. The study analyzed how health systems are deploying and using virtual care based on their current state in health systems, from adoption to common and future case uses.
Jon Pearce, chief executive officer of Zipnosis, said in a prepared statement that health systems are in a position to increase adoption of virtual care and expand access to quality care, and that their greatest asset is quality of patient experience.
“This report shines a light on the fact that virtual care deployed in health systems is a major area of opportunity, with respondents continually indicating planned and expected growth for virtual care in their organizations, from budgets to applications,” Pearce said.