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Host: Tom Sullivan, EVP & Editor-in-Chief, Health Evolution

Discussion Leaders:
Kelly Bliss, President, US Group Health, Teladoc Health
Joe DeVivo, President, Hospital and Health Systems, Teladoc Health

The healthcare experience has been at the tipping point of transformation for several years. But in just a few months, the pandemic broke down remaining barriers and delivered a new path forward – whole-person virtual care.

Discussion leaders shared their perspectives on how whole-person virtual care:
• Becomes essential to episodic and longitudinal care
• Delivers evidence-based care and quality at scale
• Empowers a new era of clinical collaboration
• Enhances the patient experience with technology
• Extends healthcare to under-served populations

Read the Insider article to learn more about the path forward for virtual care here.

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