«Eighty percent of all respondents have used telemedicine within their lifetime and it’s now the preferred channel for receiving prescriptions and care for minor illnesses, according to Rock Health’s 2022 Digital Health Consumer Adoption Survey.»

«The survey, which asked 8,014 U.S. adults about their experience with digital health, also found that audio-only and asynchronous telemedicine modalities have been used the most within the past year.»

«The adoption of wearable devices also rose, but clinical use of those devices has yet to reach the level of direct-to-consumer numbers. And consumers’ willingness to share data with digital health apps, websites and health technology companies pales in comparison to their trust in doctors and clinicians.»

Article written by Jessica Hagen



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