As companies across the U.S. see plunging demand from two months of economic shutdown and sky-high unemployment, investors are finding comfort in digital health, where the transition to remote services is happening at warp speed.

From telehealth to remote monitoring tools, publicly traded companies and venture-backed businesses are experiencing surging growth, aided by an insurance industry that’s now paying for its customers to use non-traditional services while they’re sheltered in place.

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