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Telemedicine Gains More Ground During COVID-19


A recent survey conducted by Doximity found that US physician and patient adoption of telemedicine is quickly rising amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The health care industry has recently been experiencing an unpreceded increase in the use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic as it is a safe and effective way to deliver non-emergency care outside of a physician office.

To get a better understanding of the evolving role of telemedicine in America, Doximity recently asked 2000 adults—half who reported having a chronic condition—about their attitudes and preferences towards telemedicine starting in July 2020 as well as telemedicine adoption among US physicians on the Doximity network. Find out the key takeaways for primary care physicians in the slides below.

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