The pandemic-borne frenzy over telehealth is over, new research indicates


The pandemic opened the floodgates to telehealth. Now, many patients and doctors are curbing their enthusiasm for virtual care. 

Four out of five primary-care doctors who had video visits with patients during the pandemic would prefer to provide just a small portion of care or no care at all via telemedicine in the future, according to a survey designed and analyzed by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and published last month in Health Affairs, a peer-reviewed journal. And 60% of the doctors surveyed…

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