People are struggling. The coronavirus pandemic has upended our way of life, but technology has advanced tremendously in the last few decades. Conveniences such as food delivery services, video conferencing, and streaming services have made it all a bit more bearable.
But two key sectors have lagged on embracing new technologies — at least until now. COVID-19 has given us an opportunity to evaluate the way we provide healthcare and educational services in this country and why we haven’t been open to new options until now.
For instance, many states still have laws restricting the practice of telemedicine. Some states require an in-person relationship established before a patient can be