The common narrative is coronavirus disease 2019 happened, payment and policy barriers were quickly lowered, and voila, telemedicine, a technology for which adoption had been slow over the past decade, is, within a matter of months, in widespread and successful use. Fait accompli. On to this narrative has been grafted the hopes that telemedicine will solve other persistent problems, particularly in primary care.
Implementing Telemedicine in Primary Care: Learning Lessons From Electronic Health Records
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