As the COVID-19 pandemic devastated the global population, restricting billions of people to their homes and creating bottlenecks in hospitals, the world of telemedicine saw a boom in usage and trust among the patients using it. A new way of getting care and treatment when we’re feeling unhealthy, sick, or depressed was born out of the internet. And with this has come a TON of venture capital and startups aiming to bring top-notch, virtual care to patients around the world.
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