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The adoption of telemedicine shifted into hyper-drive over the past months, with virtual health-care interactions on pace to top 1 billion by year’s end, according to analysts at Forrester Research.

Any Medical Practitioner that does not embrace this solution will find it much more difficult and time consuming to provide the best services possible for their Patients.

Analysts now expect general medical care visits to top 200 million this year, up sharply from their original expectation of 36 million visits for all of 2020.

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“There were three barriers that impacted the lack of adoption, or the slowness of adoption, before the pandemic hit. We saw cost … availability … and then we also saw relationships playing a factor,” said Forrester analyst Arielle Trzcinski. “If a patient was able to see their existing provider, they were much more likely to use the service.”

Those barriers collapsed dramatically last month after President Donald Trump declared a national state of emergency after the COVID-19 outbreak hit the U.S. The administration also strongly urged doctors and patients to avoid in-person visits and instead use telehealth visits to help prevent the spread of the virus.

“President Trump talking about the benefits of virtual care, I think, helped reduce one of those barriers that we found in our research of awareness,” said Trzcinksi.

March telehealth visits surged 50%, according to research from Frost and Sullivan consultants.

Forrester analysts estimate coronavirus-related virtual visits could top 900 million this year, based on current projections for COVID-19 infections in the U.S. Analysts now expect general medical care visits to top 200 million this year, up sharply from their original expectation of 36 million visits for all of 2020.

Health insurers and hospitals have made a strong push for patients who have milder symptoms to use their telehealth platforms during the crisis to help alleviate the strain on emergency rooms and doctors’ offices.

The Trump administration also reduced a major cost barrier for telemedicine adoption by smaller physician practices as it declared Medicare and Medicaid would pay the same rates for virtual visits as for in-office appointments. The administration also temporarily eased regulations to allow the use of their mobile devices for virtual visits.