A Frost & Sullivan report predicts telehealth uptake in the US will jump 64.3% this year due to disruptions in traditional care resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the market is poised for a compound annual growth rate of 38.2% by 2025. "The critical need for social distancing among physicians and patients will drive unprecedented demand for telehealth, which involves the use of communication systems and networks to enable either a synchronous or asynchronous session between the patient and provider," said Frost & Sullivan analyst Victor Camlek.
Report: Telehealth expected to surge this year, beyond
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