Ungated Post | 01 Sep 2020

Accenture 2020 Digital Health Consumer Survey: How can leaders make recent digital health gains last?

The global pandemic greatly accelerated the adoption of digital healthcare—but will it persist?

Oxford Economics worked with Accenture to survey 7,800 consumers in seven countries about their attitudes toward and adoption of virtual healthcare. Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we revisited the data to understand how providers, payers, and consumers can maintain the momentum created by forced adoption of virtual services, and address the pre-crisis issues—like privacy, security, and trust—that have previously inhibited digital health adoption.

View the results by country:
Australia
England
Finland
Norway
Singapore
Spain
United States

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