With advances in technology happening rapidly, the healthcare industry is essentially riding the wave of going ‘virtual’ worldwide. For the people living in the US, this is mainly considered a much-welcome change since most of the population is interested in acquiring remote care where they could meet with a professional online while staying in the vicinity of their humble abode. In general, patients are drawn to the concept of healthcare services that come to them instead of the other way around. According to a recent report by Business Wire, it was found that in New York, when early hit cases of coronavirus emerged, an organization at the NYU reported an increase of 200 video visits in a year to over 12,000 in a week and over 36,000 in the first month. Thus one could say that Tele-medicine was seen effectively morphing into the proposed idea if virtual healthcare delivery with CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services), quickly mandating the payment for virtual visits. In light of this information, let’s take a quick look at some of the technologies out there that boost this big change across the planet.