January 19, 2022

Telehealth News Roundup – January 2022

As Nemphos Braue continues to support clients in the telehealth industry, the topic continues to make headlines — not only in the throes of a pandemic, but also as technology meets patients where they are. House calls now have a whole new meaning as telehealth forges ahead into the mainstream.

From CES to startups and capital raises – here’s a roundup of recent news highlights:

Time: At CES, Companies Make the Case That Telehealth Can Actually Work
While remote visits with a doctor are more convenient, checking vital signs is more difficult. Several companies that exhibited at this year’s CES are offering solutions to help.

Fierce Healthcare: Digital health startups banked record-breaking $29.1B last year. Will the momentum continue in 2022?
Analysts at one venture fund foresee continued acceleration in the already hot market for telehealth, with 2021 funding of digital health companies nearly doubling that of 2020 according to some estimates.

American Medical Association: 3 key insights to understand telehealth’s value, and its future
How do physicians feel about telemedicine and what changes do they want to see implemented? AMA shares insights from health care executives and detailed case studies.

Entrepreneur: Why Telemedicine Is the Future of Healthcare
Affordability, convenience, personalized care, improved access for rural areas and less risk to exposure together add up to numerous reasons behind the need for telehealth.

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