The rise of #telemedicine: What marketers can learn from this growing trend via @HealthLink_DIM

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The rise of #telemedicine: What marketers can learn from this growing trend via @HealthLink_DIM

With more employers looking to cut healthcare costs while also complying with Affordable Care Act standards, many businesses are adding telemedicine capabilities to their coverage. These measures enable workers to see a doctor or physician without leaving the comfort of their homes or offices. Not only does this practice offer convenience to employees, but wait times are often shorter, emergency room visits are reduced and – as a result – insurance claims are less expensive for businesses.

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