We’re on the verge of having 20% of the GDP in the United States spent on healthcare. That’s roughly twice what any other developed nation spends on healthcare. And, to be kind, I would say our results are sort of average.
The COVID hotline quickly moved to telehealth and went from 20 telehealth visits a week to 9,000 a week. They put it on a very powerful AI system so you could either log on or call in and talk about what your symptoms were and get a first-level triage. That actually cut visits to the urgent care centers down by 20%.
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