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Service providers can connect with patients in satellite locations or at a patient's home, expanding access to rural communities.

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, people often relied on telemedicine for doctor visits; now, insurers are betting that some patients liked it enough to embrace new types of health coverage that encourages video visits — or outright insists on them. Read more»

Dr. Margaret Paulson interacts with a patient via a tablet as part of Mayo Clinic’s home-based hospital care program. Paulson says once patients understand that hospital-at-home care does not mean less care, they embrace it.

Since the pandemic began, a growing number of health systems are offering people with more serious health conditions hospital-level treatment in the comfort of their homes, and studies suggest at-home care provides better outcomes for patients and costs less to provide than traditional inpatient care. Read more»