McKinsey: Up to $250B of US health spending could become virtual

A recent report analyzing claims data identified virtual care use cases estimates that could comprise roughly 20% of all Medicare, Medicaid and commercial spend across outpatient, office and home health.

With more patients and providers being exposed to telehealth and virtual care, a report published Friday by McKinsey predicts that as much as $250 billion of current U.S. healthcare spending could theoretically be virtualized.

The key change has been the often-publicized surge of telehealth adoption accompanying the COVID-19 public health emergency. Read More: MobiHealthNews

 

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