As the number of people working from home has doubled during the pandemic, employers are working with digital health firms like emocha in an attempt to more safely bring them back into the office. Business Insider reports on health tech companies, both big and small, the impact of the pandemic on business, personal privacy, and the “new office normal.” The report explains that virtual care is more relevant than ever before, and many health companies have pivoted to focus on health resource accessibility and symptom tracking for return-to-work purposes:  effectively adding to their service lineup. emocha’s CEO, Sebastian Seiguer, references the critical power of human interaction as virtual care becomes part of the new work reality.

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