the telemedicine thing has some hurdles not the least of which is patient privacy and the data produced........which will never fly because of how those currently in power want to handle health.........if you have single-payer, then it would be a breeze.......until those currently in power return to power and decide to blow things up.
my Apple watch will take an ekg, send it to my phone where it is turned into a pdf I can send to my doc....that can be streamlined a bit more along with the additional vitals newer watches can now do......common sense would make this happen in a flash, but other motives can cause problems
Finding the companies that have the most promise wrt overcoming those hurdles becomes the investment focus I suppose.
Just watching my wife's interaction this week with her physician about a test result...entire thing was done virtually, and just last year, it would have required two in person visits. One problem is, the doc didn't get paid for her end of the transactions, because she simply provided insight and advice through messaging. So we need to rework the compensation system if the docs are going to embrace this.