Virtually Perfect? Telemedicine for Covid-19

“Recognizing that patients prioritize convenient and inexpensive care, Duffy and Lee recently asked whether in-person visits should become the second, third, or even last option for meeting patient needs.1 Previous work has specifically described the potential for using telemedicine in disasters and public health emergencies.2 No telemedicine program can be created overnight, but U.S. health systems that have already implemented telemedical innovations can leverage them for the response to Covid-19.”

This article was written by Judd Hollander, MD, SVP Healthcare Delivery Innovation at Jefferson Health.

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