In the face of a global health crisis that called for limiting close, in-person contact, it's not surprising telemedicine has enjoyed skyrocketing popularity in 2020.
While healthcare faces a lot of unknowns in the coming year, two national experts shared their expectations for 2019 with insights into trends and market forces.
A generation ago, every city had a daily newspaper. Everybody watched network TV. Every home was hard wired with a phone and had a copy of the yellow pages.
UAB First in the Nation to Use Telemedicine for Dialysis Visits
"How are you feeling today?" the doctor asks the dialysis patient.
"Everything's going good," she says.
"Wearable medical devices are not coming, they're here," says Russ Dorsey with Kassouf & Co.
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