The current pandemic is a major issue worldwide, meaning telehealth solutions play a more vital role than ever before. Telehealth helps healthcare facilities avoid becoming overcrowded and allows patients to get medical advice without putting themselves at risk of contracting a virus.
Telehealth is expected to grow by up to 700% by 2025, according to the study by Frost & Sullivan. However, to practice virtual medicine and avoid security concerns, US healthcare providers have to ensure the technology they use for this type of communication is HIPAA compliant.
Let’s look at how healthcare specialists can apply technology-driven approaches and provide patients with HIPAA compliant telehealth solutions.