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A Study on Consumer Perceptions Towards Telemedicine in Vadodara

Author(s) Parmar Kunal, Panchal Nainesh, Jayprakash Lomoria
Country India
Abstract Telemedicine, the remote delivery of healthcare services through digital communication technologies, has gained significant attention in recent years. the findings indicate that consumer perceptions towards telemedicine is driven by several key factors. Convenience emerged as a crucial aspect, with participants valuing the ability to access healthcare services remotely, especially for minor ailments and routine check-ups. Time-saving and reduced travel costs were also significant contributors to preference. Privacy and security concerns were addressed through the adoption of secure communication platforms and strict adherence to data protection regulations.
The main Objective of this Research is to achieve a comprehensive understanding of consumer Perceptions towards Telemedicine and their impact on patient satisfaction and healthcare outcomes By Using Quantitative methods in telemedicine research and evaluation, stakeholders can gain valuable insights into the effectiveness, efficiency, and impact of telemedicine interventions. These methods help inform decision-making, improve patient care, and advance the field of telemedicine.Overall, this research provides valuable insights into consumer perceptions towards telemedicine, offering healthcare providers and policymakers a comprehensive understanding of the factors influencing its adoption.
Keywords Healthtech, Telemedicine, Consumer Perceptions, eHealth, Digital Health.
Field Medical / Pharmacy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-30
Cite This A Study on Consumer Perceptions Towards Telemedicine in Vadodara - Parmar Kunal, Panchal Nainesh, Jayprakash Lomoria - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.18930
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