The results of the recent Global Rescue survey about telehealth and the current pandemic revealed a few surprises.
For example, respondents 71 and older were 43% less likely to use telehealth than people in their 30s. Perhaps that outcome can be attributed to the digital divide. But the survey exposed another surprise, specifically that the same group were twice as likely to break voluntary quarantine than all younger generational groups. Continue reading Coronavirus, Telehealth & The Generational Divide