Second Opinion: Virtual Care Needs to be Integrated for Patient Needs

A study from Omada Health, a digital health company that works across diabetes, hypertension, and more, found that the average patient had 28 percent of their services received via virtual first care. Virtual care should be integrated with in-person care based on the patient’s needs. Patients will value and optimize for convenience, providing an opportunity to deliver certain types of care in a more convenient, accessible, and equitable manner.