It all started as an outlandish idea in 1924 where doctors would use robotic fingers and a projected video feed to examine patients from afar. By 2020, telehealth is projected to be a $34 billion industry and is expanding far beyond its primary usage of delivering care to patients in remote areas. Telehealth today is a combination of point of care video collaboration systems, remote scope exam cameras and Bluetooth enabled stethoscopes, all supported by telehealth workflow software – making virtual care synonymous with in-person care