Veterinary Telemedicine Market: Improving Client Convenience and Compliance

Global veterinary telemedicine market revenue is expected to increase to USD 627.9 Mn in 2032 from USD 120.0 Mn in 2022, and register a revenue CAGR of 18.5% during the forecast period 2023 to 2032.

Sep 20, 2023 - 19:30
Veterinary Telemedicine Market: Improving Client Convenience and Compliance

Global veterinary telemedicine market revenue is expected to increase to USD 627.9 Mn in 2032 from USD 120.0 Mn in 2022, and register a revenue CAGR of 18.5% during the forecast period 2023 to 2032.

Veterinary telemedicine is a rapidly evolving field that leverages technology to enable provision of remote healthcare services for pets and farm and other animals. This innovative approach offers convenience and access to expert veterinary care, bridging geographical or regional gaps and also reducing stress on animals and owners.

More widely used technologies in this market include video conferencing, mobile medical apps, and web platforms to enable real-time consultations between veterinarians and pet owners. Among some of the key services provided include routine check-ups, behavior consultations, and urgent care advice. Processes can entail scheduling appointments, sharing medical records, and prescribing medication. Two common types of telemedicine include synchronous telemedicine during which live consultations occur, and asynchronous telemedicine, entailing messaging and file sharing, which allows for better flexibility in care delivery.

A major advantage of telemedicine in veterinary practice is improving client and patient convenience. Virtual appointments reduce travel stresses for anxious pets. Telemedicine consultations are more readily scheduled around owners' work and personal obligations. Follow-up care and medication compliance monitoring is streamlined. Clients can connect from home rather than sitting in waiting rooms. However, hands-on treatments and in-clinic diagnostics may still ultimately be needed. Overall though, telemedicine removes obstacles to improving veterinary care access, experience, and compliance. This ultimately benefits animal health.


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