Telemedicine may be the new normal in a post-coronavirus world -- here's how it works in six common specialties

SEATTLE — The new coronavirus pandemic has necessitated the embrace of virtual medicine regardless of how ready patients, doctors, nurses and health care systems were for the shift.Now that telehealth has been quickly rolled out across the nation and patients and clinicians have found the experience useful, it is unlikely that virtual doctor visits, in all its various forms, will be temporary, said Dr. Devin Mann, senior director for informatics and innovation at New York University.“Once we get back to whatever the new normal is, I think they will all play a role in the spectrum of ways that ...


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