On behalf of hims & hers, Public Opinion Strategies conducted a national survey of 1,301 adults February 13-17, 2022.
Among other findings, the survey found:
- Nearly six-in-ten Americans (58%) say access to medical care is a problem where they live.
- Telehealth has had explosive growth over the past three years. A majority of Americans (55%) have now had a telehealth visit, up from 10% in June 2019.
- Three-quarters of Americans (75%) would support legislation in their state to allow patients to use a secure messaging platform for a telehealth visit with a health care provider.
- More than two-thirds of Americans (69%) support legislation to expand patient access to asynchronous telehealth, compared to 31% who oppose.