Technically Baltimore: 21 Baltimore tech companies powering telehealth’s expansion

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With the pandemic pushing innovation in healthcare to accommodate the need for social distancing, telehealth came to the fore over the last 18 months, and regulatory changes opened up opportunity for new approaches like never before.

Up-and-coming tech companies stepped in to offer the tools that powered this shift. Many were working in the space where tech and health meet for years, but the pandemic accelerated the demand for the innovations that Baltimore companies had to offer.

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