5G is a potentially lifesaving tool for healthcare providers. It’s helping employees to share and access medical data quickly. For people in rural areas, with doctors located several miles away, traveling while ill can be challenging and time-consuming. With the advent of telehealth and remote home monitoring systems, though, we can receive care from the comfort of our homes. The recent pandemic has shown the
potential reach of telemedicine and remote monitoring.

76% of consumers are interested in using telehealth in the future.

Telehealth: A quarter-trillion-dollar post COVID-19 reality May 2020

5G can help healthcare organizations meet the evolving demands of the digital transformation.