«COVID-19 turned telehealth into a household term, transforming the services that healthcare providers can offer patients. Thanks to advancements in connectivity, global experts in rare procedures and conditions can connect virtually to share knowledge with local medical practitioners and surgeons – and can conduct remote consultations in the comfort and privacy of patients’ homes worldwide. Telehealth is still viable and very important to connect patients to healthcare providers, even as the world returns to a semblance of normalcy. Many telehealth platform providers focus on endpoint security to protect their extremely sensitive data, with the industry increasingly integrating secure access service edge (SASE) products and VPN replacements.»

Article written by Mattias Fridström



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