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During the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual care technology protects healthcare workers from exposure to COVID-19 cases at the same time it has improved quality as well as cost-effectiveness of providing treatments.

Virtual healthcare refers to the use of enabling technology like video calls, digital mobile applications, text messages, sensors, and social platforms for offering health services in a way that is independent of time or location.

In conjunction with other telehealth facets, such as mobile health and remote patient monitoring, virtual care is now becoming not just a typical cog in the ‘healthcare delivery’ wheel, but also a way to considerably improve quality and cost-efficiency.

The quick upscaling of the virtual health care facilities and the integration of telemedicine has provided innovative digital health technologies.

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