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Digital Health Begins the New Era in Medical Sector and ‘Wellframe’ is Pushing it Ahead

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Pandemic had taught a lot; for instance, people have adjusted to compromises, education goes digital in the form of online classes, and appointments with a doctor and access to control over health took the shape of digital health, and many other things changed around us.

What are the benefits of digital health? Digital tools give providers a more holistic view of patient health through access to data and giving patients more control over their health. The market, especially after the pandemic, had observed outstanding growth. The market size of digital health exceeded approximately $141.9 billion in annual revenue in 2020 and will expand at a rate of over 17.4% through 2027.

Wellframe digital health management platform offers solutions for care management and advocacy that help organizations forge more meaningful connections with members across their healthcare journey. Founded by Anne Bosilevac, Archit Bhise, Chase Zaputil, Jacob Sattelmair, Melissa Herman, Sandhya Gardner, Trishan Panch, Vinayak Ramesh. The good thing we found about the startup is the team of health experts, physicians, clinicians all take care and ensure the platform works best and the benefits reach every person that helps to make healthcare work best.

As a reader, you can understand that digital health will bring more opportunities in the coming years, and it will be widely used by medical sectors globally. A doctor will be just a click away.

You can also read the full report: Digital Health Records all Time High of $31.6B (Q1 2021)

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