Insurers Address Digital Health Connectivity Gap

In her timely article in Stat, Katie Palmer writes, “Billions of dollars have been poured into telehealth during the pandemic: Insurers loosened the purse strings on virtual appointments, digital health companies pulled in astronomical investments, and the public markets minted multiple unicorns. But while virtual care’s proponents are fighting to cement its future, many Americans still can’t sign on at all.”

Expanding digital healthcare is vital to meeting the needs of underserved communities, including children. We are encouraged that healthcare programs are beginning to address the connectivity gap in digital healthcare delivery.

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