Telemedicine has secured a firm foothold in pediatric care, according to a new study of 787 pediatricians and clinicians. In fact, an overwhelming 92% of respondents believe telemedicine will remain part of health practices in the future.
The 2021 State of Pediatric Telemedicine industry survey was conducted by an independent consultancy to understand the outlook and perspective of pediatric clinicians on telemedicine. Research was conducted via an online survey through the Qualtrics CoreXM platform and was delivered to 19,513 contacts from Jan. 12, 2021, to Feb. 12, 2021. Download the Full Report
“While the pandemic has accelerated the growth of telemedicine, it is proving to be an essential connection that is here to stay,” says Marian Temesvary, CSO of Chicago-based Health Mavens, which implemented the study. “Based on our findings, telehealth will continue to expand as clinicians embrace its advantages and as patients come to expect it.”