Using Telehealth to Treat Coronavirus Patients

COVID-19 cases around the country are increasing daily. While hospitals and health care workers are trying their best to treat those positive cases, they are also exploring telehealth and virtual care to prevent overcrowding hospitals and containing the spread of coronavirus.


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