Telemedicine: A Business that Will Grow After the Pandemic

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The world is facing a terrible pandemic, the health sector is right in the front lines trying to heal all the people infected, but it would never be an easy task. However, the other health conditions are still there, and many will need to check or continue regular control with their doctors. Here is where telemedicine makes everything easier, but not many fully understand how it works and how convenience is for doctors and patients. Keep reading to find out more!

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What is telemedicine?

This is the practice of remote medical care presented by doctors without a physical inspection of their patients. Right now is the best option for patients with different conditions to that of COVID-19, and those that need constant control over their treatments. 

This practice is not new, the term was introduced in the 70s, but actually, the beginnings can be traced to the telegraph; thanks to this device, patients could describe their symptoms to doctors and get advice. 

Telemedicine is now better than ever; some specialties like dermatology, radiology, and pathology are using different devices to attend cases and patients, without their physical presence. With the coronavirus, many doctors offer their services through digital channels like video calls, conference apps, and even WhatsApp. 

Of course, like any new method, telemedicine has its detractors, especially from conservative doctors and specialists. Medicine is a human science, it depends on the interactions between doctors and patients, and doctors can reach a better diagnosis by touching and having in front of their patients. However, these are times where adaptation is a new mandatory rule, our lives will never be the same, so telemedicine is finding new popularity. 

Why will telemedicine grow after the pandemic?

This is a question that could have many answers, but for now, it looks that telemedicine will be stronger than ever. People fear going to hospitals, simply because the virus is still very present, and hospitals are still fighting against it. 

But there are promising advances in telemedicine to solve patients’ needs and help doctors do their job and fulfill their vocation. The aim is to reserve the hospital visits only for emergencies and for those specialties that require a mandatory physical inspection and contact. After all, medicine and health are about the body and organism, which the technology hasn’t reached. 

The future of medicine looks very promising, and as with every science, technology is playing a big part in producing big changes and offering a better service. Telemedicine can be the future method for different specialties and to many people, a good way to resolve their doubts and questions. 

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