Preventive care dropped during COVID-19 pandemic despite rise in telehealth visits: study

There have been substantial decreases in primary care delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic despite the rapid uptick in the use of virtual care visits, according to a new study.

Despite the interest in telehealth fueled by the pandemic, virtual care didn’t fill in the gap for missed primary care appointments, according to a study published in JAMA Open.

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