Televisits may be here to stay for doctors, patients...
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Since the 1960s, telehealth cheerleaders have been predicting that video visits with doctors would soon become common for many U.S. patients. That became true only weeks ago, six decades later, when the coronavirus pandemic essentially shut down the world.

"Since about mid-March, it's become a reality and even a likelihood for millions of patients," said Lori Uscher-Pines, a senior policy researcher at the Rand Corp., whose research includes innovations in telehealth. "Before then, less than...

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