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June 17, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically increased usage of virtual care over the last year, and the trend is only increasing as a return to normalcy is on the horizon. Moving forward, healthcare consumers can expect to continue using telemedicine for appointments where quality is not lost and better access options to navigate finding virtual care.
Learn more about virtual care’s evolving place in healthcare and what to expect post-pandemic from Parker, Smith & Feek Account Executive opens in a new windowKristin DuVal in the opens in a new windowPortland Business Journal.
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