For years, even decades, the promise of virtual health has fueled innovation and investment with an eye towards creating a more convenient, cost-effective, and high-quality healthcare system. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in early 2020, a new sense of urgency around virtual health emerged as providers, clinicians, payers, employers, and patients quickly looked for new ways to deliver and receive care – in a convenient, cost effective, and safe manner.

In this report, we will explore several end markets and themes that are particularly central to this new era of virtual health.
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