COVID-19 vaccination can use telehealth

As many countries prepare huge COVID-19 vaccinations in the months to come, telehealth might also be useful to ‘get your jab’ and deploy this operation fast and cost-efficient.

Teleconsultations have already proven their use and effectiveness in the battle against the coronavirus. And it works in all parts of the cycle of care: from prevention to recovery. 

So, could telehealth help us in the vaccination schedule? Of course. 

Here’s some inspiration for decision-makers, preparing their operational plans for covid-19 vaccination right now: 

1. Qdoctor, a telehealth company helps NHS and UK-government to roll out covid19-vaccination.

2. We know telehealth also helps in the follow-up of the vaccination process and the surveillance of infection thresholds 

3. the logistics of the covid19-vaccinations will ask for safe places for triage, education and  follow-up of appointments 

4. Telehealth has proven to be cost-efficient to monitor international visitors and people in quarantine and thus in reducing the contamination level

Feel free to share your ideas or questions with me on the topic. 

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