And Jesus, immediately knowing in himself that virtue had gone out of him, turned him about in the press, and said, Who touched my clothes? Mark 5:30.

Not longago, I heard a testimony of a man healed by God after hearing an audible click on his back and his broken backbones straightened. He was wearing a waist brace until that day.

He testified of the tangible touch on his back after touching the clothes of an anointed man of God who was passing through the crowded aisle to the podium.
When this testimony was shared by the man of God, he explained that until the fellow testified, he was unawares of that healing.
When the woman with the issue of blood touched Jesus, he knew that virtue left him. The virtue was his own. When they touched him, he knew not because the virtue was not his own.
That was instructive. The virtue for healing is Christ’s. Those that touch him experience it.
Jesus knows your condition and has the virtue for your healing. Faith in him releases the flow of virtue. His name is the current and eternal password for his touch. Those that call on his name must believe in what that name carries. Those that have him use his name for healing and wholeness.
The name of Jesus is the summary of all the scriptures. It releases the power of the Cross, and resurrection at once.