The Houston-based health system is using lessons learned from the coronavirus pandemic and a robust approach to innovation to create a primary care platform that enhances both in-person and virtual care.

While the coronavirus pandemic may have changed the rules, health systems across the country are investing more time and energy in telehealth platforms that take primary care out of the hospital and into the home.

One such network is Houston’s Memorial Hermann Health System, which had a robust virtual care strategy in place well before COVID-19. The 17-hospital health system, which also touts eight cancer centers, three heart and vascular institutes and 27 sports medicine and rehab centers, is now looking to expand its connected health portfolio with new services.

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