Telehealth Practically Speaking: Is New York at a Tipping Point?

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Ester Horowitz

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Medical care is becoming cost prohibitive. Responsiveness and access to care are more difficult. There are reasons and perspectives as to why and how to solve this issue. Yet, despite advances in medicine and technology, delivery of care is more complicated for the average consumer and less rewarding for doctors..


We yearn for the “Norman Rockwell” and “Marcus Welby, MD” experience of the mid-20th century that made society feel they were in good hands and made doctors feel valued in their chosen profession. Enter telehealth and telemedicine. The second fastest growing industry, giving consumers and practitioners more of what they desire: a better experience.

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Perspective, opinion, interview, and commentary