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Over the last year, the entire healthcare experience has changed–

making way for new product options to fit the updated process!

The pandemic has altered just about everything in our daily lives. The healthcare experience is probably the most directly affected with changes that will last beyond our return to “normalcy.” Physicians and general medicine practices have altered how and when they see patients, with many offices reduced to performing drive-in visits and virtual visits when possible. This, of course, brought on an increased rate of adoption of telemedicine options for both small practices and big hospitals that allow for the receiving of care in a safer manner. Many of these changes now require new technology in order to facilitate new ways of operating and actually caring for patients and much of it is being driven by the healthcare consumer.

With the process changes taking place and safety as a high concern, we know our partners will be integral to helping these medical professionals succeed in this new era. ScanSource is dedicated to ensuring you’ve got access to all the new and emerging products required for success in the healthcare industry.

Here are a few current healthcare trends and opportunities that you can use to succeed in this changing industry.

Virtual Care Visits

Patients are embracing virtual care visits

A majority of consumers (80%) who have had a virtual-care visit would choose to have another * Deloitte 2020 Survey of US Health Care Consumers

Telehealth, the option of healthcare provided from anywhere, is becoming more available

About 70% of hospitals and 52% of physician clinics/groups are offering telehealth services to patients in the U.S., thereby indicating the pervasiveness of the facility. * Arizton, U.S. Telehealth Market - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025
According to Mordor Intelligence, the telemedicine market will be worth more than $66 billion globally by 2021.
Healthcare Kiosk

The healthcare kiosk market is set to grow 4x by 2027

The global health kiosk market is expected to reach a value of ~US$ 2 Bn by 2027, from ~US$ 550 Mn in 2019. * Transparency Market Research
Video Communication

Video Communication between doctor and patient will become more of the norm

The video communication segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 39% by 2025 due to the expansion of health insurance coverage and the excessive adoption of real-time video consultation over the internet, such as tele-ICU. * Arizton, U.S. Telehealth Market - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025
Telemedicine Services

Telemedicine services as a segment will continue to grow

The market size will see an incremental growth of more than $1.4 billion by 2025 on account of the shift to patient-centric value-based care from the conventional hospital-centric and fee-per-service model. * Arizton, U.S. Telehealth Market - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025

The pandemic has changed the way healthcare professionals interact with their patients, requiring new technology and new solutions to help keep everyone connected.

Healthcare solutions that support these trends


Makes for safer check-ins for patients as well as more accurate patient information with them submitting themselves and instant information verification.


Safer options for patients to pay co-payments or balances at discharge.


The ability to connect from anywhere between patients and doctors.


Secure patient information through managed security partnerships.


or digital front door– healthcare with no address, meaning there are many channels from which to provide and receive healthcare


support everything above with high-speed bandwidth; can include wireless infrastructure.

Featured Products:

Cisco Webex Desk Pro
Webex Desk Pro is the perfect device for healthcare providers 
Cisco Webex
Cisco Webex connects clinical staff for better communication & training
Zebra TC52x-HC
Built with medical grade plastics and designed to thrive in healthcare environments, the TC52x-HC mobile computer can perform all tasks through one device without compromising patient privacy.
Zebra CS60-HC
The ultra-versatile CS60-HC Series healthcare companion scanner adapts to any clinician workflow and easily converts between handheld and hands-free operation, as needs change.
Avaya Spaces
Reduces the headache of back-to-back appointments, instead patients wait in a virtual waiting room to be seen.
AXIS A8105-E Network Video Door Station
A full-fledged security camera, a powerful communication device, and a convenient door opener in one single device.
Datalogic Gryphon GD4500 DRA Model
The Gyphon 4500HC Models are antimicrobial & disinfectant ready 
Elo Touchscreen Solutions for Healthcare Applications
Enhance Patient Care Everywhere It Matters
Epson ColorWorks C3500 Full-color Label Printer
This healthcare printer reduces costs and increases operational efficiencies 
Hanwha Wisenet X Series Plus
Its modular and future-proof design allows effortless installation and set up
Honeywell CT40HC
The CT40 HC device is designed to make nursing and other patient care workflows faster, easier, and more productive
Jabra PanaCast and Speak
Communication tools for healthcare needs—ensuring teams can connect, whatever equipment they’re using.
Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams — Enabling and Enhancing Clinical Communication
Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams addresses challenges facing healthcare providers in electronic messaging in hospitals and health systems
Mitel 6920t/6930t Treated IP Phones
Mitel's first IP business phones whose plastic is protected with antimicrobial technology 
Star Micronics TSP800IIRx
Pharmacy and prescription RX secure locking printer

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