Advocates have long called for broader adoption of virtual doctor visits, but it took the coronavirus pandemic to push telehealth into the mainstream. Federal data shows that over 12.1 million Medicare recipients received some form of remote care from mid-March to mid-August as health care providers and patients sought to keep themselves safe from infection…
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