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and medication orders reduced in the COVID-19 era compared with the pre-COVID era, according to a research study released in JAMA Network Open. A cross-sectional study of 176,781 ambulatory cardiology check outs included in-person gos to in the pre-COVID-19 duration,
COVID-19-era in-person gos to, COVID-19-era video visits and COVID-19-era telephone visits, according to researchers. The researchers defined the COVID-19 period as April to December 2020 and the pre-COVID-19 era as April to December 2019. Source: Adobe Stock Practicing in a different way”The take-home message from this research study is that clinicians appear to practice in a different way during remote check outs compared to in-person