Over the last few months, COVID-19 has challenged everyone to think differently and adopt change at an exponential rate. Manufacturing and distilling companies are repurposing equipment
to make hand sanitizers and face masks, people are sewing DIY face masks at home while stringently following CDC guidelines
to flatten the curve, and telehealth, previously slowly adopted, shot to the limelight out of necessity, providing needed solutions for health care professionals during this pandemic. The demand for innovative telehealth solutions has been felt across the entire patient care continuum, as geography, transportation and staff shortages create barriers to delivering efficient, quality health care. At the moment, more than half of U.S. states have imposed strict lockdown measures, restricting social contacts and gathering. To combat this, the health care industry rose to the challenge, undergoing a rapid shift from traditional to remote care
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