Majority of Canadians agree virtual care is the future of healthcare
Research sponsored by Dialogue, conducted by Environics Research reveals Canadians' current perceptions about the growing telemedicine industry
MONTREAL, Nov. 19, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - According to the Canadian Attitudes on Healthcare and Telemedicine Report, 70% of Canadians believe virtual care represents the future. The research was sponsored by Canadian virtual healthcare leader Dialogue and conducted by Environics Research to understand Canadians' attitudes toward healthcare and telemedicine. The report reveals that demand for more convenient virtual care services is on the rise, with nearly half of respondents (46%) stating COVID-19 has made it more difficult to access healthcare.
Other key findings from the research include:
The full report can be accessed here.
About the Canadian Attitudes on Healthcare and Telemedicine Report
From September 14th to 21st 2020, Environics surveyed 1,514 Canadians spanning all age groups and provinces (excluding Yukon, Nunavut and the NWT).
This is the first in a planned series of annual reports exploring Canadians' perceptions and opinions about telehealth and telemedicine.
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