digital health maven dot edu – episode 18: October 22, 2019
This episode is the final installment in a series of research-based lectures focusing on virtual care technologies. As virtual care solutions such as telehealth and mobile, powered by emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, have become more popular, health industry incumbents are asking critical questions about whether they should view virtual care as a threat — or opportunity.
In this podcast, I look at various episodes of care — from urgent care (for example, UTIs and sexually transmitted infections), to behavioral health and wellness — and consider whether there is potential for care delivered in these contexts to be provided in a fully virtual manner.
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