As of February 2021, telehealth visits grew 38x in claims volume

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Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth usage surged as consumers and providers sought ways to safely access and deliver healthcare.

offering after-hours patient visits can be extremely beneficial. Not only will it have a positive impact on your customers, but you’ll see an increase in revenue over time as well.

Author: McKinsey & Company

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