If you’re like me, your first telehealth appointment was probably a revelation.
“Wait a second, I don’t have to drive to a clinic, sit around in a waiting room and spend half the day on a simple appointment? I can just see my doctor on Zoom!?”
But as revolutionary as that experience was, it also left me a little underwhelmed. I’m a technology investor and digital native. Where were the digital records? Where was all the health data my wearables were capturing, from heart rate to steps taken? Google knows my every move on the internet, so why was my doctor still in the dark about something far more important—my body?
Read the complete article originally published in Forbes.