Texas Medicine continues its coverage of COVID-19, looking to what lies ahead for physicians who adopted telemedicine during the pandemic thanks largely to more flexible regulations and payment policies that made the technology transition possible. Those same physicians may continue to rely on telemedicine as they reopen their practices to an influx of patients with neglected health conditions.
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Any physician can look out over the COVID-19 landscape and see important areas of health care tied to their specialty that are being downplayed or ignored as resources pour into fighting the pandemic and scared patients chose not to come to their doctors’ offices. The pandemic also unleashed destructive economic forces that make health care delivery more difficult, namely people losing job-based health insurance amid high unemployment rates.
Read the Cover story in Texas Medicine.
Medical Issues Sidelined Amid COVID-19 Response
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