Helping caregivers to communicate effectively with their patients during this sudden global outbreak of the pandemic crisis, the telemedicine platform has not got ample boost but today it is considered as a future solution to any health concerns.
In fact, the telemedicine platform is projected to register significant growth in the coming years as the adoption of remote patient monitoring services is seen expanding or increasing in various areas.
Moreover, today the telemedicine platform is popular due to various reasons like:
- It helps in improving the quality of care
- Reduce the burden on medical professionals
- Provide medical solution within the comfort of one’s home
- Reducing emergency room visits
- It is the most cost-effective platform
- Favorable government initiatives
- increasing awareness among patients toward their health,
Being considered as the most versatile technology today, the telemedicine platform available also helps in delivering health education, health information at a distance. Moreover, blurring all the geographical boundaries by extending access to remote locations with the help of technologies, the telemedicine platform also helps in reducing the hospitalization rates as well. Telemedicine is the modern-day solution for not only physical-related alignment but it also caters to all mental problems in fact was one of the observations of Dipak Nandi MD, a renowned psychiatrist while treating the pandemic crisis patient & administering mental health treatment for helping them live a better life. In fact, is the future of the healthcare industry.
In fact today the telemedicine platform has resulted in a major transformation in the way mental health interventions are delivered. As in the pandemic, the mental health services had to rapidly transition to largely telehealth delivery in order to provide the care people needed in the time of emergency due to stress, anxiety, burnout, depressive symptoms, etc.
However, there are still some issues that need much attention data privacy and safety-issues, resistance in technology acceptance by practitioners and patients, etc.