Has Covid-19 made healthcare more patient-centric?

The pandemic has helped expose the flaws of a traditional provider-centered model of care and led to improvements, panelists said Monday in a session about patient-centric care at MedCity INVEST in Chicago

One of the panelists, Todd Czartoski said he spent over a decade trying to get doctors to embrace the concept of virtual care and how much easier it would be for patients. Czartoski is the chief medical technology officer and chief of telehealth for Providence, a 52-hospital multistate health system based in Renton, Washington.

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