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Innovation Proves Critical to Survival for Business Owners in a Pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic has thrown almost every industry into flux – from heightened tech adoption to changing consumer trends, work-from-home, and the recent wave of retail investors making their mark on the stock market. The looming question, however, is if these changes persist once the world returns to normalcy.

The healthcare industry has, justifiably, been front and center in the spotlight fighting day and night on the front lines of the pandemic to keep the virus at bay, and yet the industry has not escaped the overwhelming push for change that has impacted every other sector. The most publicized change has come in the form of telehealth, with patients consulting with healthcare professionals via the internet and from the safety of their own homes. While this new, technological approach to healthcare has helped millions, it is limited in its capacity for any actual treatment.

“While telehealth has changed the world to help assist with providers being able to see patients........

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