«New KeyCare survey finds nearly 7 in 10 (68%) of consumers who needed minor but urgent medical services while traveling in the prior year received care via telehealth visits with their regular physicians or affiliated members of their physicians’ care teams, outpacing all other care-delivery options.»

«Results are based on a survey of 400 consumers who have previously scheduled and completed telehealth visits and have a commercial health insurance plan. The survey also reveals the importance of health systems aligning with virtual care partners to increase access for traveling patients, while decreasing the risk of their own physicians violating state telehealth licensing regulations.»

Article written by Jasmine Pennic



HIT Consultant