21 December 2020 | News
Bengaluru, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Kolkata posted growth of over 300%
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The sense of urgency created by the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred medical establishments to overhaul their healthcare delivery systems in pursuit of maximising patient care and minimising the risk of infection.
The report by Practo and TSI, launched at Telemedicon 2020, has attempted to recapitulate the key factors contributing to this spike and its long-term benefits.
Commenting on the report, Col (Dr) Ashvini Goel, President, Telemedicine Society of India (TSI), said, “In a short span of time, the digital health space has evolved and online consultations have become the spine of healthcare delivery systems globally.”
Adding to that, Shashank ND, CEO & Co-Founder, Practo, said, “Our aim with this report is to ignite meaningful discussions around telemedicine as a critical first step towards establishing more collaborations among stakeholders, tied by a common commitment to one industry.”
Key insights from the report: