81% of Health System Leaders Plan to Increase Their Investment in Remote Care

Posted Sunday, August 22, 2021

According to a recent survey conducted by Current Health, a Boston-based company with a remote care technology platform that helps health care providers in offering home-based care, 81% of decision makers intend to increase spending in remote care technology.

“COVID-19 certainly initiated the shift to broad remote healthcare delivery in the U.S., but the ongoing challenges presented by the variants continue to reinforce the importance of care outside the hospital moving forward,” Chris McCann, co-founder and CEO of Current Health, told Home Health Care News in an email. “The longer we go before a ‘post-pandemic health care,’ the more deeply integrated remote and home-based care will become.”

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