The digital age has progressed massively over the last few years and with many of us using it to deal with our health, it is no wonder that it could be seen as something we will use to sort out some specific health problems.
Virtual consultations have become a bit of the norm since Covid hit us in 2019. According to Vitality, Dr Patchava said there will be an increasing blend of virtual and in-person healthcare now. Consumers want to access and convenience.
Of course, not everything can be done remotely which hopefully means that real-life doctor’s surgeries will still be used. Physical and digital care should coexist.
There are lots of new home testing techniques arising in the digital world including a new tech that enables remote diagnosis like TytoCare, which is a handheld kit and app that can check your heart, lungs and abdomen at home, with…
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