NO MORE WAITING ROOM
Telemedicine in South Africa is making an impact. It’s not the way of the future: it’s the way of the present, and it’s one of the few options available that will allow our health system to do more with less. What happens if we let this opportunity pass us by?
AFTER THE CRISIS:
Percept research shows that the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed against many of the structural barriers that had previously slowed South African health system investment in telemedicine, including government regulations, funding mechanisms, consumer adoption, and provider adoption.
Now is the time to harness the potential of the telemedicine technology and innovation in the country, and the momentum gained from Covid-19, to provide better and more efficient access and care for the future.
By exploring stakeholder experiences and attitudes, Percept suggests paths towards broader acceptance and adoption of telemedicine innovation, while offering insights into factors that may be impeding more widespread use of connected healthcare.
REFLECTIONS: SOUTH AFRICAN TELEMEDICINE COVID-19
The nurse can see you now.
Reflections from the South African telemedicine market in light of Covid-19.
Case Notes from the Frontier.
Covid-19 has presented an opportunity for significant innovation in the South African telemedicine market. “Case Notes from the Frontier” presents five case studies showcasing six different telemedicine providers and how they are using technology to increase access to quality healthcare in South Africa.
- Download The Percept Report Overview Video mp4
- Download Percept’s Telemedicine Perspective Video mp4
- Download Interview With Telemedicine Providers mp4
- Download Telemedicine Case Study 1 mp4
- Download Telemedicine Case Study 2 mp4
- Download Telemedicine Case Study 3 mp4
- Download Author Soundbite: Shivani Ranchod mp4
- Download Author Soundbite: Rose Tuyeni Peter mp4
- Download Author Soundbite: Mufaro Chiwara mp4
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