Medical Xpress April 15, 2021
by University of Colorado Denver

In a newly released study, researchers found that remote and virtual care models can negatively impact small physician offices. Three researchers from University of Colorado Denver conducted the study, which was published in the National Library of Medicine.

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of remote and virtual care models in both small and large care facilities around the world. CU Denver researchers Jiban Khuntia, Ph.D., Rulon Stacey, Ph.D., and Madhavan Parthasarathy, Ph.D., initiated this study to assess the perceptions small health care businesses’ have regarding the impact of remote and virtual care on their business sustainability during the pandemic.

The team analyzed how well perceptions of virtual care aligned with the current business scenarios of those surveyed....

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